An old time camp outfit near Ventura Boulevard and Valley Circle Boulevard, circa 1900. Leonis Adobe is in the background. On the El Camino Real sign it says, "83.9 Santa Barbara, 18 Newberry Park, 47.9 Ventura, Los Angeles 26.1, Encino 8, Hollywood 19.6, San Fernando Mission 14. The El Camino Real bells were placed along the mission routes. " West Valley Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library. Fernando Mission, Real Signs, San Fernando, Time Camps, Fernando Valley, Camps Outfit, Highroad, Los Angels, Ventura Boulevard
Brochure for W. P. Whitsett's free automobile tour to Van Nuys around 1912. Whitsett owned half interest in the town and was one of its greatest promoters. Los Angeles Valley College Historical Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Program for Biennial General Federation of Women's Club Memorial Service, Hollywood Bowl, June 8, 1924. Event co-sponsored by the various women's clubs of Los Angeles including the women's clubs of the San Fernando Valley. Canoga Park Women's Club Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
Mulholland directs construction of the 233-mile-long Los Angeles Aqueduct from the Owens Valley to the San Fernando Valley. The project is completed on time and within budget. Mulholland becomes a hero to the citizenry of Los Angeles. Nov. 5, 1913
San Fernando Mission, California, 1915
Portrait of L. C. Brand, circa 1910. Brand came to California in 1886 and started the Los Angeles Abstract Company with Edwin Sargent. He and Henry E. Huntington formed the San Fernando Valley Land and Development Company. Brand was president of the Los Angeles and Glendale Railroad Company which provided connections from Los Angeles to Glendale with extensions to Burbank, Pasadena, and Griffith Park. Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.
The Sepulveda Pass, Santa Monica Mountains. Dropping down into the Los Angeles Basin from the San Fernando Valley. The Getty Museum is to the left high up in the mountains.