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Benjamin McAdoo and sister, Stella

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Benjamin McAdoo, the son of Booker and Carrie McAdoo, was born around 1890 in Arkansas. Around 1899, Benjamin, his parents, and his two sisters came to California and settled in Pasadena in about March 1900. Benjamin worked as a railroad porter, a chaffeur, a hardwood floor contractor, and a real estate broker.
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