Contents 1 History 1.1 Origin of name 1.2 Early history 2 Landmarks 3 City politics 4 Demographics 4.1 2010 4.2 2000 5 Zoning 6 Schools 6.1 Private schools 7 City services 8 Media 8.1 Movies 8.2 Television 8.3 Newspapers 9 Notable people 10 See also 11 References 12 External links

History[edit] Origin of name[edit] The city takes its name from the ancient Republic of San Marino, founded by Saint Marinus who fled his home in Dalmatia (modern Croatia) at the time of the Diocletianic Persecution of Christians.[9][10] Marinus took refuge at Monte Titano on the Italian peninsula, where he built a chapel and founded a monastic community in 301 A.D. The state which grew from the monastery is the world's oldest surviving republic.[11] The seal of the City of San Marino, California is modeled on that of the republic, depicting the Three Towers of San Marino each capped with a bronze plume, surrounded by a heart-shaped scroll with two roundels and a lozenge (of unknown significance) at the top. The crown representing the monarchy on the original was replaced with five stars representing the five members of the City's governing body. Beneath the city's seal are crossed palm fronds and orange branches.[9] The city celebrated its centennial in 2013, including publication by the San Marino Historical Society of a 268-page book, San Marino, A Centennial History, by Elizabeth Pomeroy.[12] In September 2014, this book and author Elizabeth Pomeroy received a prestigious Award of Merit for Leadership in History from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH).[13] Early history[edit] The site of San Marino was originally occupied by a village of Tongva (Gabrieleño) Indians located approximately where the Huntington School is today. The area was part of the lands of the San Gabriel Mission. (The "Old Mill" was the Mission's grist mill.) Principal portions of San Marino were included in an 1838 Mexican land grant of 128 acres to Victoria Bartolmea Reid, a Gabrieleña Indian. (After her first husband, also a Gabrieleño, died in 1836 of smallpox, she remarried Scotsman Hugo Reid in 1837). She called the property Rancho Huerta de Cuati. After Hugo Reid's death in 1852, Señora Reid sold her rancho in 1854 to Don Benito Wilson, the first Anglo owner of Rancho San Pascual. In 1873, Don Benito conveyed to his son-in-law, James DeBarth Shorb, 500 acres (2.0 km2), including Rancho Huerta de Cuati, which Shorb named "San Marino" after his grandfather's plantation in Maryland, which, in turn, was named after the Republic of San Marino located on the Italian Peninsula in Europe.[14][15] In 1903, the Shorb rancho was purchased by Henry E. Huntington (1850–1927), who built a large mansion on the property. The site of the Shorb/Huntington rancho is occupied today by the Huntington Library, which houses a world-renowned art collection, research and rare-book library, and botanical gardens.[16] In 1913 the three primary ranchos of Wilson, Patton, and Huntington, together with the subdivided areas from those and smaller ranchos, such as the Stoneman, White, and Rose ranchos, were incorporated as the city of San Marino.[9] The first mayor of the city of San Marino was George Smith Patton (1856-1927). The son of a slain Confederate States of America colonel in the U.S. Civil War, (also named George Smith Patton, 1833-1864), Patton graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1877, just before moving west. He married Ruth Wilson, the daughter of Don Benito Wilson. Their son was the World War II general, George S. Patton, Junior. To a prior generation of Southern Californians, San Marino was known for its old-money wealth and as a bastion of the region's WASP gentry. By mid-century, other European ethnic groups had become the majority; in recent decades, immigrants of Chinese and Taiwanese ancestry have come to represent more than 60% of the population, perhaps due to its location in the San Gabriel Valley, known to be a popular destination for East Asian immigrants.[17]

Landmarks[edit] Huntington Library, in a landscape setting by Beatrix Farrand San Marino is the location of the Huntington Library and gardens. In 1919 Henry Huntington provided limited access to the art collections, and to the rare books and historical documents, housed in the library and in his large Neoclassical–Palladian mansion, as well as to the surrounding botanical gardens, all collectively known as "The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens", or "The Huntington", to the public.[18] View of the Old Mill from rear courtyard El Molino Viejo ("The Old Mill"), completed about 1816 as a grist mill for Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, is in San Marino. The original two-story structure measured 53 feet (16 m) by 26 feet (7.9 m). It is the oldest commercial building in Southern California.[19][20] The town is located on the former lands of the historic Rancho Huerta de Cuati.[21] The Edwin Hubble House: From 1925 to 1953, this two-story stucco home was the residence of one of America's greatest 20th-century astronomers, Edwin Hubble, who, among other accomplishments, discovered extragalactic nebulae and their separation from each other. It is a National Historic Landmark.[22] The Michael White Adobe House, is located on the high school campus and houses the San Marino Historical Society archives.[23] The University of Southern California owns a house in San Marino which is used as the residence of the President of the University. The residence and grounds are often used for University Presidential events. Rotary Centennial Clock in San Marino, California Across from City Hall is the Centennial Clock, standing at the northeast corner of Huntington Drive and San Marino Avenue, donated to the community in 2005 by the Rotary Club of San Marino in celebration of Rotary International's 100th anniversary. Dedicated on July 4, 2005, the nineteen foot high clock includes a time capsule with artifacts donated by residents and community organizations which is to be opened on July 4, 2039 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Rotary Club of San Marino.[24] In the middle of San Marino lies Lacy Park, a 30-acre (120,000 m2) expanse of grass and trees. Originally named Wilson Lake in 1875, the land was purchased by the city in 1925 and dedicated as a park. Families in San Marino have enjoyed the park for years. A picnic area is often the site of musical concerts, civic events and pancake breakfasts. Within the park are two walking loops: an inner loop of approximately 3/4 mile in length, and an outer loop of approximately 1-mile (1.6 km) in length. Dogs are welcome with their owners, providing they are on a leash.[25] In recent years, proposals from SMHS alumni Brent and Derek Barker to build a dedicated dog park on the unlandscaped western edge of the park have been shelved due to strident opposition from some of the city's elderly residents.[26] The park includes six championship tennis courts and a pro shop, administered by the San Marino Tennis Foundation. At the west entrance of the park is the Rose Arbor, which is of special significance for the people of San Marino. It is sixty years old and has long been a source of beauty and tranquility to many residents. In recent years the care and upkeep of the Rose Arbor itself has been augmented by private donations from residents who have chosen to sponsor individual posts.[25] The park recently built a memorial to General George S. Patton (a native of San Marino) and also a large memorial to the Armed Forces along with a statue of a sad soldier. The memorial includes the names of all military personnel from San Marino.[19] The city's local newspaper office is located near the city's most prominent street, Huntington Drive. "The San Marino Tribune" has been the official newspaper of the city since 1929. There are two sections of the weekly paper, an "A" section and a "B" section, the distinction being that it covers not only San Marino news but also the Pasadena, San Gabriel, Alhambra, Arcadia and South Pasadena news.[27]

City politics[edit] Governing the City of San Marino is a city council of five members, elected by the people for a four-year term, at elections held in March of odd calendar years. Holding elections in odd-numbered years severely reduces voter turnout,[28] but the city has not put forward any proposals to consolidate its elections with statewide elections. In 2015, the state enacted a law to require municipalities to consolidate their elections beginning January 1, 2018.[29] The five council members serve without any financial compensation and elect one of their own members as Mayor. The San Marino City Council page states: "San Marino was formed to protect your personal rights and to control the growth and activities of the City in such a way that each individual resident will be guaranteed a pleasant place in which to live with a minimum of nuisance, with assurance that his property values will be protected by stringent zoning regulations. It is your City Council's desire to acquaint the old and new residents with the history and background of San Marino, its many advantages and some of your responsibilities as a citizen."[30] This community consists only of single family residences: there are no apartment buildings, condominiums or townhouses in the city. No fast food or drive-through restaurants are allowed in San Marino, nor are most chain restaurants or businesses. The exceptions are Starbucks and sixteen bank branches, including Wells Fargo, Chase, Bank of the West, East West Bank, Cathay Bank, Bank of America, Citibank and others, many of which have multiple locations within the small city.

Demographics[edit] Historical population Census Pop. %± 1920 584 — 1930 3,730 538.7% 1940 8,175 119.2% 1950 11,230 37.4% 1960 13,658 21.6% 1970 14,177 3.8% 1980 13,307 −6.1% 1990 12,959 −2.6% 2000 12,945 −0.1% 2010 13,147 1.6% Est. 2016 13,365 [3] 1.7% U.S. Decennial Census[31] 2010[edit] The 2010 United States Census[32] reported that San Marino had a population of 13,147. The population density was 3,483.4 people per square mile (1,345.0/km²). The racial makeup of San Marino was 5,434 (41.3%) White (37.1% Non-Hispanic White),[33] 55 (0.4%) African American, 5 (0.0%) Native American, 7,039 (53.5%) Asian, 2 (0.0%) Pacific Islander, 198 (1.5%) from other races, and 414 (3.1%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 855 persons (6.5%). The census reported that 13,066 people (99.4% of the population) lived in households, 81 (0.6%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 0 (0%) were institutionalized. There were 4,330 households, out of which 1,818 (42.0%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 3,220 (74.4%) were opposite-sex married couples living together, 367 (8.5%) had a female householder with no husband present, 143 (3.3%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were 42 (1.0%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 22 (0.5%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. Of all households, 531 (12.3%) were made up of individuals and 359 (8.3%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.02. There were 3,730 families (86.1% of all households); the average family size was 3.28. The population was spread out with 3,422 people (26.0%) under the age of 18, 712 people (5.4%) aged 18 to 24, 2,353 people (17.9%) aged 25 to 44, 4,351 people (33.1%) aged 45 to 64, and 2,309 people (17.6%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 45.3 years. For every 100 females there were 92.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 87.7 males. There were 4,477 housing units at an average density of 1,186.2 per square mile (458.0/km²), of which 3,959 (91.4%) were owner-occupied, and 371 (8.6%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 0.5%; the rental vacancy rate was 6.5%; 11,834 people (90.0% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 1,232 people (9.4%) lived in rental housing units. According to the 2010 United States Census, San Marino had a median household income of $131,758, with 5.4% of the population living below the federal poverty line.[33] 2000[edit] As of the census[34] of 2000, there were 12,945 people, 4,266 households, and 3,673 families residing in the city. The population density was 3,430.5 per square mile (1,325.8/km²). There were 4,437 housing units at an average density of 1,175.8 per square mile (454.4/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 51.98% White, 0.15% African American, 0.05% Native American, 47.7% Asian, 0.08% Pacific Islander, 1.04% from other races, and 2.30% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3.25% of the population. More than one-third of the city's population, 33.3%, is Chinese.[35] There were 4,266 households out of which 42% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 75% were married couples living together, 8.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 13.9% were non-families. Of all households 12% were made up of individuals and 7.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.03 and the average family size was 3.29. In the city, the age distribution of the population shows 26.5% under the age of 18, 6.4% from 18 to 24, 21.5% from 25 to 44, 29.4% from 45 to 64, and 16.2% who are 65 years of age or older. The median age is 43 years (this is older than average age in the U.S.).[36] For every 100 females there were 93.1 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.1 males. The median income for a household in the city was $147,267, and the median income for a family was $155,708. Males had a median income of $98,928 versus $51,853 for females. The per capita income for the city was $59,150. About 3.7% of families and 5.0% of the population were below the poverty line, including 4.8% of those under age 18 and 3.0% of those age 65 or over. The vast majority, 69.7% of persons, had a Bachelor's degree or higher, compared to 27.2% at the national average.[35] San Marino is one of county's top cities with the highest number of Asian residents. These were the ten neighborhoods in Los Angeles County with the largest percentage of Asian residents, according to the 2000 census:[37] Chinatown, 70.6% Monterey Park, 61.1% Cerritos, 58.3% Walnut, 56.2% Rowland Heights, 51.7% San Gabriel, 48.9% Rosemead, 48.6% Alhambra, 47.2% San Marino, 46.8% Arcadia, 45.4%

Zoning[edit] The city is divided into seven zones, based on minimum lot size. The smallest lot size is about 4,500 square feet (420 m2), with many averaging over 30,000 square feet (2,800 m2). Because of this and other factors, most of the homes in San Marino, built between 1920 and 1950, do not resemble the houses in surrounding Southern California neighborhoods (with the exception, perhaps, of neighboring portions of Pasadena). San Marino has also fostered a sense of historic preservation among its homeowners. With minor exceptions, the city's strict design review and zoning laws have thus far prevented the development of large homes found elsewhere in Los Angeles. San Marino is located at 34°7′22″N 118°6′47″W / 34.12278°N 118.11306°W / 34.12278; -118.11306 (34.122658, -118.112964).[38] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.8 square miles (9.8 km2), virtually all land. San Marino is highly restrictive of commercial operations in the city. It is one of the few cities that requires commercial vehicles to have permits to work within the city. The rationale is that commercial vehicle operators and service providers, such as gardeners, pool service providers and maintenance workers, are more likely to cause social disruption within the city, and so must be preauthorized for crime control and prosecutorial purposes. This regulation and others, including the bans on apartment buildings, townhouses and overnight parking, are some of the more obvious examples.

Schools[edit] On September 9, 1913, the first San Marino school was opened at the corner of Monterey Road, (then called Calle de Lopez) and Oak Knoll, in what was known as the Old Mayberry Home. There were three teachers and thirty-five pupils, grades kindergarten through the eighth; High School students attended South Pasadena High School for 50 years, until San Marino High School was founded in 1955. San Marino High School graduated its first class in 1956. The high school's mascot, "The Titans", comes from Mt. Titano, in the Republic of San Marino.[9] San Marino High School is situated on the former site of Carver Elementary School. In 1996, the high school reconstruction was begun and the school is now equipped with new laboratories, classrooms, and ethernet connections, supported mainly by bond issues and rigorous fund-raising by the San Marino Schools Endowment. The new buildings include a brand new cafeteria, orchestra and band room, dance studio, journalism lab, and renovated auditoriums, as well as a renovated baseball field and a brand new football field/track.[39] Despite these large, recent improvements, and the approval of two bonds and two parcel taxes for education, the San Marino School Board is now considering asking city voters to approve a $120 million bond for additional upgrades. The School Board's budget totals around $3 million in a given year. San Marino High School is part of the San Marino Unified School District. Its public funding is supplemented by private donations raised through the San Marino Schools Endowment Foundation. Each year, the Foundation raises funds necessary to balance the District's budget. To date, the San Marino Schools Foundation has contributed $18,268,485 to the schools since its inception in March 1980.[39] The 2013 California Academic Performance Index report named San Marino Unified School District as the top performing unified school district in California for the 11th consecutive year, with a score of 953 points out of 1,000 possible.[40] Each of its public primary schools has also been honored as a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School.[41] There are four public schools in San Marino Unified School District: Valentine Elementary School Carver Elementary School Huntington Middle School San Marino High School The two elementary schools offer instruction for grades K-5, the middle school for grades 6-8 and the high school for grades 9-12. The middle school was named Henry E. Huntington School, after San Marino's "first citizen."[39] In 1953, a new K. L. Carver Elementary was completed at its current location on San Gabriel Boulevard and was named after a school board member of 19 years – K. L. Carver.[39][42] Stoneman Elementary School, named for Governor George Stoneman, who had resided in San Marino, is no longer used for instruction by San Marino School District. The former school is now leased by the San Marino City Recreation Department and houses San Marino Unified School District special education staff.[39] In November 2007, San Marino High School was ranked 82nd on a list of the best high schools in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.[43] Private schools[edit] Southwestern Academy, a private college preparatory school, was founded on April 7, 1924 . The campus was part of an original Spanish grant (the old ranch grew orange and avocado trees) and the land was subsequently legalized by Abraham Lincoln. "Southwestern Academy" was named to capture the distinctive spirit of the Southwestern United States. Pioneer Hall, which was Southwestern's original campus building, was the home of then Governor, George Stoneman.[39] Saints Felicitas and Perpetua grammar school, grades K-8. The city took the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to the Supreme Court to block the opening of this school. Saints Felicitas & Perpetua School was completed and dedicated in 1950.[39]

City services[edit] The city is currently served by the San Marino Police Department. The current police chief is John Incontro.[44] The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services operates the Monrovia Health Center in Monrovia, serving San Marino.[45] The Crowell Public Library, opened in 2008, is the site of many and varied activities. Lectures, workshops, storytimes, and an assortment of classes, including those on health related issues, are offered at the library. Hours: Mon-Thurs 10-9, Fri - Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5 [19]

Media[edit] San Marino may be recognizable to many Americans for the prevalence of movies and television shows filmed in the city. Location scouts turn to San Marino when they wish to make a film in southern California set elsewhere. Certain neighborhoods resemble the Atlantic seaboard because of the atypical housing stock in the city, including Georgian and faux antebellum mansions. Yet the design of many homes is inspired by California Spanish architecture. Television shows such as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and movies such as Father of the Bride and Benson have been filmed in San Marino and Pasadena.[46] Movies[edit] The city of San Marino played a prominent role in Edward Bunker's 1996 novel Dog Eat Dog. The movie Father of the Bride with Steve Martin, although filmed in neighboring Pasadena and Alhambra, takes place in San Marino. The movie Carbon Copy ('1981 movie featuring Denzel Washington and George Segal) was also based in San Marino. Scenes for the movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith were filmed in San Marino, as were scenes from many other movies (including Memoirs of a Geisha, The Holiday, Monster-in-Law, Anger Management, The Wedding Singer, The Wedding Planner, Starsky & Hutch, Intolerable Cruelty, Beverly Hills Ninja, One Hour Photo, Legally Blond, American Wedding, Mystery Men, S1m0ne, Enough, Men in Black II, Charlie's Angels, and The Sweetest Thing). In the film Mask, Rocky Dennis (played by Eric Stoltz) has a girlfriend from San Marino.[46] Television[edit] TV shows, like Alias, The Office, Parks and Recreation, The West Wing and Felicity, were filmed on location in San Marino. Newspapers[edit] The city is served by the San Marino Tribune,[47] a paid community weekly newspaper and the San Marino Outlook, also a community weekly newspaper.[48]

Notable people[edit] Lee Baca, former Sheriff of Los Angeles County Andrew D. Bernstein, Senior Director, NBA Photos John Bryson, President of Edison International and former United States Secretary of Commerce Henry Bumstead, production designer, winner of two Academy Awards : To Kill a Mockingbird Drucilla Cornell, author, Chairman in jurisprudence at the University of Cape Town; S.M.H.S. graduate Christine Craft, attorney, KGO radio personality and former television news anchor. Mark Cronin, television producer Peter B. Dervan, awarded the National Medal of Science in Chemistry, professor at Caltech Darren Dreifort, former MLB pitcher: Los Angeles Dodgers Christian Gerhartsreiter, serial imposter and convicted murderer, lived here using the pseudonym "Christopher Chichester" James G. Ellis, Dean of the Marshall School of Business at USC Jim Gott, former MLB pitcher: Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants Pat Haden, Athletic Director of USC and former Pro quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams. John Hart, actor, the Masked Man in The Lone Ranger from 1952 to 1954 Stephen Hillenburg, animator, writer and television producer, creator of SpongeBob SquarePants Edwin Hubble, astronomer, changed view of universe per galaxy redshift leading to Big Bang cosmology Henry E. Huntington, railroad executive, founder of The Huntington Library Jaime Jarrín, Spanish-language broadcaster: Los Angeles Dodgers, sportscaster award Baseball Hall of Fame Jane Kaczmarek, actress, Saturday Night Live, Pleasantville, Malcolm in the Middle Howard Kazanjian, film producer: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Return of the Jedi; former V.P. at Lucasfilm Kya Lau, chef and contestant on MasterChef Junior, Season 4 Herman Leonard, jazz photographer, photo collection is in the permanent archives in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. Thomas Mack, former right guard, NFL, Los Angeles Rams Elliot Meyerowitz, Chairman, Division of Biology at the California Institute of Technology Robert A. Millikan, experimental physicist, awarded the 1923 Nobel Prize in Physics for the electron charge Adolfo Müller-Ury, Swiss-born American painter, noted for portraits of Popes and Presidents Charles A. Nichols, Animation Director, Hannah-Barbara, Walt Disney C. L. Max Nikias, president of the University of Southern California Nancy O'Dell, television personality, Access Hollywood Merlin Olsen, former defensive lineman, NFL, Los Angeles Rams, actor (Little House on the Prairie), sportscaster NBC Stephan Pastis, comic artist, Pearls Before Swine George S. Patton, Army General, World War II Michael W. Perry, former chairman and CEO of IndyMac Bank, now OneWest Bank Steven B. Sample, former President of the University of Southern California Rob Schneider, actor, comedian. Saturday Night Live, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Hot Chick and Grown Ups. Donald Segretti, political operative, involved in Watergate Tim Sloan, CEO of Wells Fargo[49] Joachim Splichal, Chef and founder of the Patina Restaurant Group George Stoneman, 15th Governor of California, Civil War Union Army General Bradley Whitford, actor, The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Billy Madison Yanis C. Yortsos, Dean of the Viterbi School of Engineering at USC Joseph Wambaugh, novelist, including The New Centurions, and nonfiction The Onion Field Ahmed H. Zewail, awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, femtochemistry, Caltech Chair of Chemistry

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