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Photograph was edited for publication purposes The Valley Ice Skating Center, located 18361 Ventura Blvd., was designed by Richard Bradshaw and Carl Maston and built in 1960. It later became the Whole Earth Marketplace, an indoor flea market. The structure has since been demolished. Photograph used in an article dated January 9, 1964 shows 20-year-old Marty Ball, Van Nuys resident and editor on the Valley State College student newspaper, as she falls on the ice at the Valley Ice Skating Center in Tarzana.; See images #00117075 through #00117078 for all photos in this series.
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints
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