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In 1945, the first annual Orange Queen Ball at the Redlands City Auditorium was held to raise funds for the union.The citrus industry declined in the area as more agricultural areas were replaced by subdivisions, and all three citrus packing houses (two in downtown and one on San Bernardino Avenue) had closed by the end of the 1900s.In 1842, the Lugo family bought the Rancho San Bernardino Mexican land grant and this became the first fixed settler civilization in the area.

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Electrification and new rails replaced mules in 1899, The Pacific Electric Railway completed an interurban connection between Los Angeles and San Bernardino in 1914, providing a convenient, speedy connection to the fast-growing city of Los Angeles and its new port at San Pedro, bringing greater prosperity to the town and a new role as a vacation destination for wealthy Angelenos.

Redlands was the eastern terminus of the "Big Red Car" system.

At its peak, PE operated five local routes in Redlands, with streetcars running to Smiley Heights, and on Orange, Olive, and Citrus Avenues. "This dispatch is sorted and morning deliveries started by a.m. The post office department has temporarily arranged for this mail to be brought in by the Santa Fe train at a.m.

This also affected mail delivery in Redlands as "Approximately 80 percent of our mail from all directions arrives on the 5 a.m. As this arrival is an hour later, our service will be one hour later." "History was made in the electrical industry July 27, 1892, when a franchise was granted to the Electric Light & Power Co., which was incorporated Oct.

Swett in "Tractions of the Orange Empire." Lugonia attracted settlers; in 1869, Barry Roberts, followed a year later by the Craw and Glover families. Beattie, arrived in 1874—shortly followed by the town's first negro settler, Israel Beal." In the 1880s, the arrival of the Southern Pacific and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroads, connecting Southern California to San Francisco and Salt Lake triggered a land boom, with speculators such as John W.

North flooding the area now known as the Inland Empire.

6 and began building a powerhouse in Mill Creek canyon.

Thus the groundwork was laid for the world's first (three)-phase transmission line, which brought electricity to Redlands and later became a unit in the Southern California Edison Co." "The first line was extended from the Mill Creek powerhouse to East Citrus avenue, thence to Redlands and to Mr. By September the company was advertising power for sale to the public.

North and others saw the area, with its hot, dry climate and ready access to water as an ideal center for citrus production. Judson, a New York stock broker, to provide a center (along with North's nearby settlement at Riverside) for the burgeoning citrus industry.

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