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SCVHistory.com LW2891 | Film-Arts | William S. Hart, Paramount Arcade Card, Late 1910s-Early 1920s

Searchable history of the Santa Clarita Valley (Los Angeles County) in pictures and text.

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We invite you to join us tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Porter Ranch when Al Knight & Ray Vincent will discuss the West Valley Lime kilns and Native American history. The event is FREE and Open to the public. Our Board of Directors election will take place prior to the presentation. All members in good standing are encouraged to vote. The address is 10650 Reseda Blvd, Porter Ranch, CA 91326. Bring a friend!

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Ryan Katzenbach:

Alan, I am going to miss this due to filming. Please feel free to sell my seat to someone else.....and keep what I paid as a contribution to the historical society....I am sure there is someone who will be glad to get the ticket. 1 (19 hours ago)

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The Monster of Elizabeth Lake - Weird California

Legend states that the Devil himself created Elizabeth Lake and placed one of his own pets inside.

Debbi Reynard:

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Barbara Johnson:

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Tricia Lemon Putnam:

It's on the site. Here's a link to an old article: www.scvhistory.com/scvhistory/tlp_lat080186.htm 2 (1 day ago)

Frank Domenick:

Seen this reported on TV show (1 day ago)

Mike Palmer:

How about the giant jackrabbit of tic canyon? 2 (1 day ago)

Thom S Johnson:

Fake story. Lake dried out last summer. No monster anywhere. 1 (1 day ago)

Chuck Simons:

Yes, I tell this story a lot. I think elDiablo took an underground pathway, or flew away under cover of night to the other lake in Palmdale. Maybe to castaic until the lake filled again. Watch the pets and livestock. 1 (1 day ago)

Teddi Lynn:

I read about this in a obscure book about California's odd history. I need to find that book, it had some good stories. 1 (1 day ago)

James Snead:

The LA aqueduct runs under the lake, so perhaps the monster took shelter deep down... 1 (1 day ago)

Junior Guerrero:

Uncle Sam securing his secrets (7 hours ago)

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SCVHistory.com LW2890 | Film-Arts| Vogue Photo Shoot at Tejon Ranch: Leonardo DiCaprio by Annie Leibovitz, 1997

Searchable history of the Santa Clarita Valley (Los Angeles County) in pictures and text.

Leon Worden:

Bob Buechner, do you have photos of the Titanic tank at Polsa Rosa? And BTW what's that dinosaur thing for? (9 hours ago)

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SCVHistory.com LW2889 | Film-Arts | Theater Check Used to Rent 'Ridin' Luck' (Trem Carr 1927)

Searchable history of the Santa Clarita Valley (Los Angeles County) in pictures and text.

11 (3 days ago)

SCVHistory.com LW2884 | Clampitt Fire | Chatsworth Neighborhood Destroyed, September 1970

Searchable history of the Santa Clarita Valley (Los Angeles County) in pictures and text.

Suellen Stone Potter:

pretty sure this was fire where my parents had to evacuate from fullbright plc in chatsworth. their home miraculously not damaged, but most around them were. eucalyptus trees lined private road behind their house. the following day we had to evacuate from cyn cntry, oak grove subdiv. again fortunately no damage for us. my brother in law and some neighbors remained glued to their roofs with hoses as smoke and fire raced over. likely they risked their lives and accomplished some saving... this is making me nervous all over again, but glad you posted.. 1 (3 days ago)

Ron Kraus:

I remember driving over to Chatsworth and watching that fire with some friends. There's a hiking trail that goes through an area of old foundations and fireplaces over there. (3 days ago)

Shawn Savage:

Did the neighborhood ever rebuild after that? 1 (3 days ago)

Gary Aulepp:

Remember it well. Lived in Chatsworth, and was let go out of school early, as we evacuated the area. Homes around us destroyed, but we were OK (3 days ago)

Chuck Simons:

Watched it from the eastern hills of Sylmar (3 days ago)

Dave Terrill:

Here is that same neighborhood today via Google Earth: 6 (3 days ago)

Theresa Delong:

Lived there back then, my mom still lives in the same house it was devastating, whole neighborhoods wiped out by the fires, horses & animals running down the roads, & the smoke was so thick you could not see across the street, it was very frightening.... 1 (3 days ago)

Gary Aulepp:

Cyndi Phillip 1 (1 day ago)

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Chris Hulse:

Thanks for posting this, that was fun to watch, learned about Agua frea as well. 1 (1 day ago)

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Image Permanence Institute | Photographic Process Identification Workshops 2017-2018

Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities Education and Training Grant Program and presented by the Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology

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At the Autry: Crafts, Film, and the Future of Food

Don’t miss the country’s premier Western art exhibition and sale! Featuring paintings and sculptures by 76 nationally recognized artists,

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