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Photograph caption dated October 5, 1955 reads "Walter Knott, third from left, welcomes Valleyites to his Berry Farm to inspect restored one-time Valley landmark, Jim Jeffries Barn. From left are E. W. Hopperstead, long-time friend of late fighter; Frances Muir-Pomeroy, landmark chairman of San Fernando Valley Historical Society, Knott and Lillian Bull, niece of the late fighter. Valleyites hope to retain Jeffries home, in Burbank, as landmark." The barn was originally located in Burbank, California. Knott's Berry Farm is in Buena Park, California.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
Knott, Walter,--1889-1981 Pomeroy, Frances Muir Jeffries, James J.,--1875-1953--Homes and haunts Men--California--Buena Park Women--California--Buena Park Businessmen--United States Amusement park owners--California--Buena Park Civic leaders--California--Buena Park Amusement parks--California--Buena Park Barns--California--Buena Park Signs and signboards--California--Buena Park Knott's Berry Farm (Buena Park, Calif. : Amusement park) Buena Park (Calif.) Valley Times Collection photographs