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Letter dated January 20, 1936 from Mrs. G. W. Henderson, President of the Reseda Woman's Club addressed to the Vice Commission in Los Angeles protesting the recent opening of a gambling hall at 7056 Reseda Boulevard. Due to pressure from local civic bodies (American Legion, churches, and woman's clubs) the gambling hall was shut down. Reseda Woman's Club Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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