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    Encino Woman's Club members admire antique silver which was shown at the club's Heirloom and Treasures Show. The proceeds from the all day event went to the club to aid club work. Mrs. H. K. Winterer and Mrs. Kenneth Fitzpatrick are pictured here. This photograph was published in the Valley Times newspaper on April 11, 1950. San Fernando Valley Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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      Encino Woman's Club members admire antique silver which was shown at the club's Heirloom and Treasures Show. The proceeds from the all day event went to the club to aid club work. Mrs. H. K. Winterer and Mrs. Kenneth Fitzpatrick are pictured here. This photograph was published in the Valley Times newspaper on April 11, 1950. San Fernando Valley Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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