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Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Video 2018-07-11 16:24

Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Video 2018-07-11 16:24

Valley Relics Museum! A true blast from the past! Cherishing what we had and preserving what’s left. Come visit us every Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM. Free admission. 21630 Marilla St., Chatsworth, CA 91311. Visit us on the web for additional information.

Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2018-07-09 21:55

Home of Dick Whittinghill.

Photograph caption dated July 11, 1963 reads "Mrs. Whittinghill, Nora and Willy enjoy Valley sunshine at their home in North Hollywood.”
Source: LAPL

Dick Whittinghill was an American film and television actor, recording artist and radio disk ...

Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2018-07-07 23:49

Fred Astaire’s Blue Valley Ranch in Chatsworth, ca. 1958. Source: Valley Relics Museum Archives

Astaire was a horse racing enthusiast and owned Blue Valley Ranch in Chatsworth Lake Manor; his racehorse Triplicate won the Hollywood Gold Cup in 1946.

Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2018-07-07 14:06

Look who flew in! It’s the Friendly Eagle mascot from Busch Gardens! You can see him every Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm at Valley Relics Museum. We’re located at 21630 Marilla Street, at the corner of Owensmouth, in Chatsworth.

Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Photo 2018-07-06 22:08

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