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A stereographic view of workers harvesting olives in Sylmar, circa 1910. The verso of the images gives a detailed description about olive harvesting. West Valley Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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Women packing lemons at San Fernando Heights Lemon Company, circa 1930. The woman with her hair pulled back, packing the Sunkist crate is Luz Mendez Calvo. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.