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    ADOHR MILK FARMS

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    The Milk man! Cherish Home Everyday: Rhoda and Adohr Farms

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    Adohr Farms delivery truck with milkman, circa 1935-1937

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    Milkman with delivery truck for Adohr Farms in Reseda, circa 1935-1937. The Adohr Farms milk dairy was located in Tarzana, California at Ventura Boulevard and Lindley Avenue. The dairy was established by Merritt Adamson 1916, and named for his wife, Rhoda (spelled backwards). Adohr Farms Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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This Adohr Milkmaid sculpture was created in the 1920s. It was originally located in Tarzana, CA. The sculpture was one several built to advertise for the Adohr Farms Creamery Co. It is the only one left. In 1969, the sculpture was moved to the dairy company in Tulare that bought out Adohr Farms. By the 1990s, the sculpture was in bad shape. It has since been restored and now stands in front of Saputo Dairy Foods. - "Largest Guernsey herd in the world"

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