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Father and children on fallen oak tree in Topanga, California
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County of Los Angeles Public Library
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LA County Library
Topanga Digital History
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Nancy Swenson Williams (photo donor) sitting on a fallen oak tree with her father and three brothers on Fontaine Road in Topanga circa 1960. Pictured from the left: David, Willy, Nancy, John (father), and Jon. The family called the fallen oak tree their "Bridge Tree".
Black-and-white photographs
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Father and child--California--Topanga
Brothers and sisters--California--Topanga
Fontaine Road, Topanga, CA 90290
Topanga (Los Angeles county, California : inhabited place)
California (United States, North and Central America : state)
3 x 3 in. black-and-white photograph; Williams_Nancy17.jpg;
Topanga Digital History: A Community History Project of the County of Los Angeles Public Library
This image was provided by Nancy Swenson Williams for inclusion in the Topanga Digital History collection.

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