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Last Spike Connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco by Rail, 9-5-1876 (Multiple Views), 5-4-2012.
Tales of Lang and Soledad by A.B. Perkins • The Signal, March 1961
Story of the Sulphur Springs School by Leon Worden • The Signal, 3-5-1997
A Golden Spike: Completion of the Rail Line at Lang Station • by Marie Harrington, 9-5-1976
Story of the Golden Spike at Lang Station • by Gerald M. Best, 9-5-1976.
The Golden Spike: The Chinese Contribution • by Emma Louie, 9-5-1976.
Event Marks 125th Anniversary of Golden Spike by Amber Joy Blair • The Signal, 9-6-2001.
Remarks at Lang's 125th Anniversary • by March Fong Eu, 9-5-2001
Golden Spike Joins Rails in Soledad Canyon: Contemporary Accounts • by Alan Pollack, 9-2010
An "Odd Couple" and Twenty Mules: The Fortune of the Sterling Borax Company in California's Santa Clarita Valley • by Edward Keebler, 12-13-2010
Ulexite from Lang (Tick Canyon), Calif. by William Foshag, American Mineralogist 1918.
Veatchite, A New Calcium Borate from Lang (Tick Canyon) by George Switzer, Harvard University | American Mineralogist 1938.
Crystallography & X-ray Measurements of Tick Canyon Howlite by Joseph Murdoch, UCLA, American Mineralogist 1957.
GT8703 - Gillibrand Titanium Mine: From Site Tour (1987) to Federal Approval (1991): Photo Gallery, News Reports.
John Lang and the 1,600-pound Grizzly Bear of 1875 John Lang Letter to L.A. Herald, 7-17-1875.
Advertisement for John Lang's Sulphur Springs Hotel Los Angeles Herald, 6-15-1886.
John Lang's Friends Drop In for Surprise Party Los Angeles Herald, 5-12-1887.
SP Lang Station Burns Down Los Angeles Herald, 8-15-1888.
Sale of John Lang's Ranch News Reports, 1886-1889.
John Lang: Biography During Life, with Bear Story Pen Pictures | Illustrated History of Los Angeles County 1889.
Locomotive Jumps Track, Rolls Down Hill, Nobody Killed Fresno Morning Republican, 2-1-1898.
The Other Great Fire of 1906: Blazes Erupt at Lang Hotel and Pico Oil Field by Dr. Alan Pollack, Dispatch, 3-2015.
HS7530 - Original Portrait, John Lang Family, ~1889.
LW3275 - Lang Locator Map.
HS3023 - The Original Golden Spike.
HS3021 - Charles Crocker, Southern Pacific President, 1870s.
HS3022 - Leland Stanford, Central Pacific President, 1870s.
HS3024 - Chinese Track Layers, 1876.
LW2726 - Southern Pacific Connects with Central Pacific, Map 9-9-1876.
HS9026 - Postcard, Handwritten by James G. Lang, Ordering Eggs, 3-6-1888.
DZ1002 - Lang Station with Helveys, Heittes, Petersons, c. 1910.
DZ1001 - Sterling Borax Co. Dinky Locomotive with Edith Helvey, c. 1910.
AP1813 - Sterling Borax Works in Tick Canyon (4 Views), c. 1910s.
DH2102 - Dinky Locomotive at Sterling Borax Works in Tick Canyon, pre-1921.
US36748 - Golden Spike's Golden Anniversary Celebration & Reenactment, Multiple Views, 1926.
Film Clip - John Wayne at Lang Station in "The Lucky Texan," 1933-34.
LW2905 - Bear Canyon-Saugus CCC Camp (8 Views), 1935-36.
HS3601 - Lang Station, 1936.
LW2493 - Lang Station with Car on Siding, Water Tower, 3-5-1957.
LW3574 - Lang Station, n.d. (~1950s).
HS5825 - Lang Station, 1958.
HS1000 - Lang Station, 1960s.
JK0019 - Lang Station & Semaphore, Color, 1967-70.
JK0011 - Lang Station Water Tank, Color, 1967-70.
JK0009 - Lang Station: 1957 State Historic Landmark Plaque, circa 1970.
TO7601 - Photo Gallery: SCV, Chinese Historical Societies Celebrate Golden Spike Centennial at Lang, 9-5-1976.
LW3251 - Commemorative Cover: SPRR Lang Station Golden Spike Centennial, 9-5-1976.
JK0010 - Lang Station: 1976 Plaques, 9-5-1976 ff.
LW2057 - Lang Station Golden Spike: Collector's Plate, 1996.
LW2144 - Lang Hotel Foundation, 9-5-2001.
LW2545 - Vegetation, Debris Obstruct Lang Station Historic Markers, 9 Views, 12-22-2013.
LW2611 - Map: Nike Missile Battery; DTSC Cleanup Site, 2014.
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