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Title
Glen A. Settle, A Slide History--Early Antelope Valley and Kern County Centennial
Creator
Dyke, Jed
Date Created and/or Issued
2001-10-17
Contributing Institution
Kern Antelope Historical Society
Collection
California Revealed from Kern Antelope Historical Society
Rights Information
Public Domain. No restrictions on use.
Description
A local historian describes the history of Antelope Valley, Rosamund and Kern County while narrating a slideshow of historic automobiles and an exhibit called the "Time Tunnel." Glen Settle (1911-2009) reminiscences about early life in the Antelope Valley and Rosamond. Includes a slide show of an antique car parade in Rosamond and of the Kern County Centennial (1966). Includes pictures of activities in Havilah (original county seat) Centennial parade in Bakersfield and information on the time capsule and its contents at Tropico Mine west of Rosamond. The time capsule is to be opened when Kern County celebrates its 1000th anniversary.
Type
moving image
Format
Original
Color
Sound
VHS
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
carmkah_000001
Language
English
Provenance
Kern Antelope Historical Society
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