View of Commerce Street in Tujunga, circa 1950. Commerce Street is located at the foothills of the northern rim of the San Fernando Valley. Caption on the verso reads, "It is considered one of the most healthful spots in the country." San Fernando Valley Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Couple boating on Lancaster Lake near Sunland Park, circa 1900. Lancaster Lake was a popular location for early film makers. Little Landers Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Migrant worker's camp at Bonner Fruit and Cannery, on the east side of Lankershim Boulevard, looking north from the railroad, 1915. The Bonner Fruit & Canning Company was owned by Guy Weddington, who employed about 250 people for his summer picking crews. Weddington Family Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Exterior view of H. W. Zachau's General Merchandise Store on State Highway (now Foothill Boulevard) in Tujunga, California, September 1921. Tujunga was annexed to the City of Los Angeles in 1932. Little Landers Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Sherman Way and Mason Avenue looking east, 1938. The Los Angeles River Flood in 1938 was one the worst floods in Southern California history. When the Big Tujunga Wash levee broke, seventy-seven of its spreading basins were destroyed, telephone and electrical power were shut down, and bridges all over the Valley were washed out. Canoga-Owensmouth Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.