Police and student demonstrators meet on the campus of San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN), January 8, 1969. In November of 1968, student activists with demands for educational reform, including ethnic studies departments, went into action on the SFVSC campus. The following January, a rally turned violent in front of the Administration Building. CSUN University Digital Archives.
Identification page from a World War II-era ration book issued to North Hollywood resident Vincent J. Graziano, circa early 1940s. When nationwide food rationing was instituted in 1942, the US Office of Price Administration produced booklets containing ration stamps that were handed out to every person in order to control the use and distribution of dairy products and other staples. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
This photo was taken at a rally of the United Anti-Nazi Conference outside the Los Angeles headquarters of the German American Bund. Police struggle to restrain the picketers. Visible signs read: "Inside -- a Nazi convention! Outside -- an American protest!" and "United Anti-Nazi Conference." Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles Collection.
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.
Mexican American Political Association (MAPA) officer installation, Joe de Anda, Rudy Acuña, and Fred Ball (left to right) Repository : California State University, Northridge. Oviatt Library. Urban Archives Center Collection : Rodolfo Acuña Papers