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Title
Bolton Hall covered with snow, circa 1932
Creator
Unknown
Contributor
Fliess, Starr von
Date Created and/or Issued
1932
Publication Information
California State University, Northridge
Contributing Institution
California State University, Northridge
Collection
San Fernando Valley History
Rights Information
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Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
Black-and-white print (photograph)
Extent
17 x 12 cm.
Identifier
LLHS186.jpg
http://digital-collections.csun.edu/cdm/ref/collection/SFVH/id/2011
Subject
Bolton Hall (Tujunga, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Stone buildings
Snow
City halls
Architecture
Place
Tujunga (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Relation
Little Landers Historical Society
San Fernando Valley History Digital Library

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