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Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2017-12-13 23:55

The Valley Relics Museum is proud to host a Holiday Vintage Market benefiting victims of the Creek Fire. We will have several vendors selling Holiday gifts and vintage items. Valley Relics will be having a huge T-shirt sale as well.

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Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2017-12-12 18:46

Photograph caption dated December 18, 1962 reads, "San Fernando: Decorations fill sky along San Fernando Road.” Visible signs include Town House Cocktails, Liquor - park in rear, Western Union, Bill's Valley Tavern cocktails, Seaboard, Hardware-Power Tools, and Goodyear Tires. Source: LAPL

Randy - Valley Relics Museum 501c3 2017-12-12 02:13

Truly a community effort! I would like to thank all of the Valley Relics fans for keeping an eye out on our disappearing history. It is an absolute honor to be trusted with it.
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