Patrons and employees at the Jewel City Restaurant once located at 556 West Broadway in Glendale, 1910. The restaurant was owned by W. H. Easton and, according to the 1910 City Directory, is professed to have the "Best 25 cent meals in the Valley." Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Patrons and employees at the Jewel City Restaurant once located at 556 West Broadway in Glendale, 1910. The restaurant was owned by W. H. Easton and, according to the 1910 City Directory, is professed to have the "Best 25 cent meals in the Valley." Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Margarite Larre Amestoy (Mrs. Peter) on Rancho Los Encinos around 1906. In 1889, Domingo Amestoy bought the Rancho. This was the last time the 4,460 acre ranch was sold as a whole. In 1916, the Amestoy family sold 1,170 acres which would eventually become the community of Encino. Rancho Los Encinos. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Margarite Larre Amestoy (Mrs. Peter) on Rancho Los Encinos around 1906. In 1889, Domingo Amestoy bought the Rancho. This was the last time the 4,460 acre ranch was sold as a whole. In 1916, the Amestoy family sold 1,170 acres which would eventually become the community of Encino. Rancho Los Encinos. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Moreland's baseball team, ca. 1920s. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Moreland's baseball team, ca. 1920s. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Pen and ink sketch of proposed house to be built on the 500-acre ranch purchased by citrus grower John Henry Show in 1920. The ranch's boundaries encompassed much of what is today Woodland Hills. The house itself was built in 1928, following a somewhat modified design, with stained glass windows and poured concrete interior walls 16 to 18 inches thick. Sketch by L.G. Knipe dates from 1926-1927. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Pen and ink sketch of proposed house to be built on the 500-acre ranch purchased by citrus grower John Henry Show in 1920. The ranch's boundaries encompassed much of what is today Woodland Hills. The house itself was built in 1928, following a somewhat modified design, with stained glass windows and poured concrete interior walls 16 to 18 inches thick. Sketch by L.G. Knipe dates from 1926-1927. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

San Fernando Homestead Association Map of San Fernando Valley. This map was reproduced from several original maps which are filed in the Los Angeles County Clerk's office by the Santa Clarita National Bank. It originates from an 1871 survey. It reads, "Plat of the Ex-Mission de San Fernando." Compiled October, 1989. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

San Fernando Homestead Association Map of San Fernando Valley. This map was reproduced from several original maps which are filed in the Los Angeles County Clerk's office by the Santa Clarita National Bank. It originates from an 1871 survey. It reads, "Plat of the Ex-Mission de San Fernando." Compiled October, 1989. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Lopez Station, circa 1860s.The station served as the Valley's first stage coach line station. The station also housed the Valley's first post office, English speaking school, and general store.The original Lopez Station adobe was destroyed in the 1910s for the construction of the San Fernando ReservoirIt was later covered by the vehicle track when the Los Angeles Police Department built the Davis Training Center in the late 1990s.

Lopez Station, circa 1860s.The station served as the Valley's first stage coach line station. The station also housed the Valley's first post office, English speaking school, and general store.The original Lopez Station adobe was destroyed in the 1910s for the construction of the San Fernando ReservoirIt was later covered by the vehicle track when the Los Angeles Police Department built the Davis Training Center in the late 1990s.

Ralph Forbes (left) and Robert Ernest Giles (right) of the Glendale Neo-Nazis, a white supremacist group, 1965. Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Ralph Forbes (left) and Robert Ernest Giles (right) of the Glendale Neo-Nazis, a white supremacist group, 1965. Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

First graders at the Herrick Avenue School Holiday Program. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

First graders at the Herrick Avenue School Holiday Program. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Board Meeting of the Owensmouth Women's Club, June 6, 1929 held at Monroes' beach cottage. Canoga Park Women's Club Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Board Meeting of the Owensmouth Women's Club, June 6, 1929 held at Monroes' beach cottage. Canoga Park Women's Club Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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