Hill seeks U.S. land for Guard Armory needed in Valley
Valley Times Photo Collection
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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Photograph article dated August 24, 1962 partially reads, "Maj. Gen. Roderic Hill, state adjutant general, said today the National Guard was exploring the possibility of exchanging state lands for federal lands in a new attempt to acquire a site for the proposed National Guard Armory in the Valley. He said, "We desperately need" the $346,000 armory scheduled to be built in the Sepulveda Flood Control Basin." Pictured are Maj. Gen. Hill (left) and Col. Carl Dennison, base commander.
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