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Encino Post Office dedication day, circa 1935-1942. Some of Encino's celebrities are visible in the picture. At center holding a white hat is Al Jolson. The man to his left, next to the flag is the actor Edward Evertt Horton. To the right of the flag is Peter Amestoy. The second person to the right of the flag is the actor Phil Harris and two over from him on the right, smiling with an open collared shirt is the actor Don Ameche. West Valley Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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