Local inauguration excitement
Date: 1/20/2009 Album ID: 675235
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Local reactions to the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Sixteen year-old Ariel Hicks cries at  the moment  Barack Obama becomes the 44th President of the United States.  Deion Franlkin13, at left and Wendell Franklin in background.  Ariel was with the Franklin family watching the Presidential Inauguration  on a TV in their condo's community recreation room, Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  (Correspondent photo by Mike Mullen/SVCity)
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Maria Reverberi (cq) of West Covina is overcome with emotion while videotaping the televised Presidential Inauguration of Barak Obama during a gathering of the San Gabriel Valley Democratic Center at the Taste of Texas restaurant in Covina Tuesday morning Jan. 20, 2009.   (SGVN/Staff photo by Leo Jarzomb/SVCITY)
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Maria Reverberi (cq) of West Covina is overcome with emotion while videotaping the televised Presidential Inauguration of Barak Obama during a gathering of the San Gabriel Valley Democratic Center at the Taste of Texas restaurant in Covina Tuesday morning Jan. 20, 2009.   (SGVN/Staff photo by Leo Jarzomb/SVCITY)
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Members of the San Gabriel Valley Democratic Center applaud during a gathering to watch the televised Presidential Inauguration of Barak Obama at the Taste of Texas restaurant in Covina Tuesday morning Jan. 20, 2009.   (SGVN/Staff photo by Leo Jarzomb/SVCITY)
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Former La Mirada mayor Sherill Moses, is given champagne to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama at a gathering of the Robert F. Kennedy Democratic Club in La Mirada on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. (SGVN/Correspondent Photo by Ron Fu/SWCITY)
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Members of the Robert F. Kennedy Democratic Club stand during the swearing in of President Barack Obama at a gathering in La Mirada on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. (SGVN/Correspondent Photo by Ron Fu/SWCITY)
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Members of the Robert F. Kennedy Democratic Club celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama in La Mirada on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. (SGVN/Correspondent Photo by Ron Fu/SWCITY)
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Cathy Moses, of La Mirada, shows her support for President Barack Obama with a party blower in La Mirada on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. (SGVN/Correspondent Photo by Ron Fu/SWCITY)
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Occidental College students and guests stand and watch closely as Barack Obama becomes the first black president of the United States and takes the oath of office during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Occidental College student Kaitlin Toyama, 18 of Sacramento and a Freshman, gets emotional and prays as Barack Obama becomes the first black president of the United States and takes the oath of office during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Occidental College students received free T-shirts as they waited to watch Barack Obama become the first black president of the United States during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Nine Occidental College students wake up after sleeping all night outside Keck Theater waiting for Barack Obama to become the first black president of the United States during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Occidental College students pose with t-shirts they recieved free as they waited for Barack Obama to become the first black president of the United States during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Occidental College student Kaitlin Toyama, 18 of Sacramento and a Freshman, gets smotional and prays as Barack Obama becomes the first black president of the United States and takes the oath of office during inagural celebration televised from Washington D.C. at Keck Theater at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Nine Occidental College students slept outside Keck Theater on campus to make sure they had a seat for Barack Obama's televised inaguration to become the first black president of the United States from Washington D.C. at the college in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  President Obama attended Occidental College from 1979 to 1981 and then went to Columbia University.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SXCity)
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Elizabeth Schnabel, 20 from La Verne and a sophomore, left, and Uyen Bui, 21 and a freshman, center, view photos and books being exhibited at the Citrus College Hayden Memorial Library's Art Gallery exhibit Celebrating the Presidency  on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SVCity)
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Kevin Soto, 21, from Covina and a sophomore, views presidential photos and books at the Citrus College Hayden Memorial Library's Art Gallery exhibit Celebrating the Presidency  on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SVCity)
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Students were treated to presidential paintings, movies, photos and books at the Citrus College Hayden Memorial Library's Art Gallery exhibit Celebrating the Presidency  on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.  (SGVN/Staff Photo by Raul Roa/SVCity)
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