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Photograph included in the Exhibit: Defining Their Identity: The Changing Roles of Women in the Post-War Era as Documented by the Valley Times Newspaper. Pictured is Mrs. Frances Muir Pomeroy of North Hollywood, dressed in period costume. Mrs. Pomeroy, chief historian of the San Fernando Valley, can be seen sitting in a horse-drawn vehicle, holding a bell in one hand and a peach in the other as a bucketful of the fruit rests next to her. The bell is the first one used at North Hollywood High School; the peaches represent the days when North Hollywood was known as 'Lankershim, Home of the Peach.' Photograph dated October 28, 1949.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
Pomeroy, Frances Muir San Fernando Valley Historical Society Historians--California--Los Angeles Costumes Women--California--Los Angeles Bells--California--Los Angeles Horses--California--Los Angeles Horse-drawn vehicles--California--Los Angeles North Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Portrait photographs Valley Times Collection photographs