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The couple offered to donate the historic Olive St. School, built in the 1870s and used until 1920, as a permanent part of the preposed Leonis Adobe Museum. Mr. Moss inherited gained possession of the schoolhouse when he purchases his ranch. Photograph caption dated May 2, 1962 reads, "Mrs. Moss holds textbooks while her husband stands in schoolhouse doorway. It may be the oldest schoolhouse in the country, Calabasas couple believe."
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
School buildings--California--Calabasas Couples--California--Calabasas Men--California--Calabasas Women--California--Calabasas Calabasas (Calif.) Group portraits Portrait photographs Valley Times Collection photographs