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Group portrait of attendees of the first Ladies Aid meeting held in Burbank on June 14, 1900. From left to right: Mrs. H. Westerfield, Mrs. Amanda Van Winkle, Mrs. Burke Kidder, Mrs. Myers, Grace Malissa, Clara Wilcox, Earl Tonison, Mrs. Reverend S. Sprouls, Reverend S. Sprouls, Mrs. Sarah Machus, Daisy Anderson, Grandma Mc Cabe, Miss Sprouls, Mrs. Haddock, and Madelane Sproul. San Fernando Valley Historical Society. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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