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Monarch Saloon
Newhall, California

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The Monarch Saloon stood on the west side of Railroad Avenue, roughly midblock between Market and 8th streets, as seen in this earlier photograph when it was Nick Rivera's saloon.

California Historical Society collection; an early caption identifies the date as "about 1903" and the photographer or collector as Charles C. Pierce (1861-1946). At right is Bricker's General Store, formerly Campton's.

In 1914, most merchants in Newhall vacated Railroad Avenue and moved one block west to Spruce Street. The Monarch Saloon stood vacant for years, as seen here.


US0301: 9600 dpi jpeg from California Historical Society image (CHS-6713) in USC Digital Archive.
MARTIN RUIZ &
NICK RIVERA
FAMILIES & SALOON

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10¢ Token 1890s

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Rose, Arthur, Irene ~1902

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Monarch Saloon ~1903

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Irene Ruiz's Newhall School Diploma 1914

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Irene Ruiz & Opal Mayhue 1910-1915

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Abandoned Saloon ~1930-1932

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Nick Rivera Grave

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Irene McKibben: Life Story 1984

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