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Dick Curtis, Thomas Carr and Frank E. Gray form Pioneertown Inc.
Roy Rogers, Dick Curtis, the members of the Sons of the Pioneers preside over the ground break ceremony of Pioneertown
1st Korny Karnival
This was a fundraiser for the one room schoolhouse that the community needed for the children.
Filming of Unusual Occupations
This short film introduced Pioneertown to the world and was the only time Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Trigger were filmed in Pioneertown.
Jackson Diggs, Charles Halton and Lelah C. Halton loan $60,000 to Pioneertown Inc.
Bill Bridges opens Trigger Bills Shooting Gallery.
Utility Electricity comes to Pioneertown
Before the fall of 1948 the only electricity in Pioneertown was on Mane Street and only while the generator was running. Everyone else was living the Pioneer lifestyle.
Philip N. Krasne starts filming of Darling Caballero
Darling Caballero was the first motion picture to be filmed in Pioneertown.
Inaugural Wild West Weekend
Tanner Gray Lines starts bus tours to Pioneertown. The tour package includes meals at the Golden Stallion, Horseback or Hay wagon ride through the canyon, a western barbecue and square dance. Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers preform and the Pioneer bowl holds a pre-opening event for the visitors.
Pioneer Bowl Grand Opening
Philip N. Krasne signs 25 year lease Pioneertown for Cisco Kid films and Television shows.
Pioneertown Inc. board members Fletcher Jones and William Murphy give notice of default on loan.
Pioneertown Up for Auction
Fletcher Jones and William Murphy buy Pioneertown for $80,400.
Plans are started to create road from Pioneertown to Big Bear
In an attempt to increase tourism in Big Bear and Pioneertown, plans for a road from Pioneertown to Big Bear are re-initiated.
First Annual Pioneer Pass Golf Challenge
In 1947, the Pioneertown Corporation worked on promoting the Burns Canyon route. The corporation hired road crews to cut a passable road for cars and trucks through Burns Canyon from Rimrock to the Rose Mine connecting there with an existing dirt road to Baldwin Dry Lake. This was the beginning of the Pioneer Pass Road to Big Bear.
The Pioneer Pass Pushers planned an event that was … one of the most unique athletic contests in the history of golfdom,” the article said. The purpose of the event was to focus attention on the benefits and conveniences that could be derived from a paved Pioneer Pass Road between Yucca Valley and Big Bear.
Plans for new development
A new board of directors of the in Pioneertown Corp., was announced. Following the resignation from the board of Bill Murphy, Fletcher Jones & Charles L. Nichols.
New members are R.C. Ellis, of Pioneertown, president; Russell Hayden, vice-president; Harry Altoff, Martel Ferris and John Martel, secretary-treasurer and legal counsel.
Pioneertown’s first National Burro Derby Days
The communities of Big Bear and Pioneertown join together for a wild burro race starting in Pioneertown and ending in Big Bear.
Red Dog Saloon Burns Down
The center piece of Pioneertown life burns to the ground.
Golden Stallion Burns Down
The other center piece of Pioneertown life burns to the ground and is never rebuild.
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