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Malibu Millie
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Pepperdine University Libraries
Trancas Riders and Ropers [digital resource], Pepperdine University Special Collections and University Archives
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Pepperdine University, Special Collections and University Archives
Trancas Riders and Ropers
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"Mildred's life has always involved horses. Her whole life revolved around her horses. Even today (February, 2014) she still has horses on her seventeen acre ranch in Decker Canyon. Mildred will be 94 years old in May, 2014. She is the last of the pioneers of old Malibu. She first lived in Malibu in the Yerba Buena area in 1925. By 1926 and 1927, her parents, Percy Meek and Rose Meek became the caretakers of the Salsbury Ranch, later known as Mesa Ranch. Today, it is the Leo Carrillo State Park."
Horseback riding
Portrait photographs
Malibu (Calif.)
Decker, Millie Meek
Document, black and white, 8.5 x ll inches;
Trancas Riders and Ropers

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