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Large group of participants in the annual Pioneer Days event in Banning, California
McCulloh, Leonard
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1960
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Banning Library District Local History Collection
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Exterior photograph of large group of participants in the annual Pioneer Days event in Banning, California. Photograph taken in front of Moibile Service Station on Ramsey Street. Some in photograph identified as Ed and Stella Dunn, Louis Welmay, Ed Campbell, Marion Hunt, Victor Stump, Cathy Cahill and Susan Coombs.
1 sepia tone photograph; 20.32 x 25.40 cm.
Pioneer Days
Pioneer Days-California-Banning
Banning (Calif.)

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