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Temple City is a municipality located in the greater Los Angeles area. Temple City is a city located in the west San Gabriel Valley and based on the 2010 census is more recently identified with robust and expanding Asian, Puerto Rican and Cuban inhabitants.

The town of Temple was realized in late May 1923 after what is now Temple City was bought from Rancho Santa Anita (a Spanish Land Grant). Temple City got it’s name not from a temple that was constructed on the grounds but after a boy named Temple. Temple, was the 10th child born to Pliny Fisk Temple and Antonia Margarita Workman. This boy grew to be an influential man where he began to leave his mark. Temple dreamed about constructing a city where average Californians could afford to own their own houses and thrive. He began to divide the area into small plots and designated the park adjacent to Las Tunas Drive as the center of his vision. He proudly named many streets after family and friends. Going further than planning and naming, he also moved to create bonds for Temple City improvements and began running electrical infrastructure and paving city roads. Temple later urged the Pacific Electric Railway Company to extend its Alhambra – LA freight line to stop at a train depot adjacent to the original Temple City Park. This was a key move for the progression of Temple city and aided in its growth. The railway access to Temple City added to the robust growth for the next few decades.

Temple City was originally named ‘City of Temple’, and in 1926 the US Post Office wanted it’s name changed because much of the mail was being delivered in error to the City of Tempe AZ. The town was originally named The City of Temple City and remained that way for many years. The awkward name was changed a few decades after it’s incorporation and was changed because of the post World War 2 population explosion. Temple City as it is known today was incorporated in late May, 1960. As mentioned above in present day Temple City is primarily a destination for Eastern European, Middle Eastern, Cuban and Asian ethnic groups.

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