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Accession number: P6716 See also accession number P2325. Printed text on reverse (address side) of postcard reads "PUB. BY B.R. MONTGOMERY, RIVERSIDE, CALIF." and in small cartouche, "Mfo by TB / CAMBRIDGE, MASS." and descriptive text, "ANAHEIM, ORANGE COUNTY / HOME OF THE / CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGE SHOW / Sat. May 14th [sic; May 15th, 1926 was a Saturday] to Sunday, May 23rd, inclusive // Location -- Twenty-five miles southeast of Los / Angeles in the center of The Valencia Orange / District. / Value of citrus fruit, 1925, $3,000.000 / Area -- Four Square Miles / Population -- 12,500 / Assessed Valuation -- $10,500.000 / Railroads -- Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, Union Pacific / Banks -- Five / Deposits -- $6,500.000 / Schools -- Nine / Churches -- 15 / Industries -- 24 / Packing Houses -- Nine / Miles of Paved Street -- 14 / Automobiles -- 3,000." California Valencia Orange Show, held in area that later became La Palma Park, Anaheim; first show was in 1921, with continuing exhibitions until ca. 1931; image shows entrance to exhibition tent visible in background; large arched entrance with signage above that reads "CALIFORNIA VALENCIA / ORANGE SHOW", a large column at left of entrance is topped with an over-sized orange and antenae, and taller tower on right; main entrance flanked with two smaller archways, with several men standing in front and a motorcyle parked at far left; oval insert of tower of oranges at left, large insert of orange floating at right, with banner of "VALENCIA ORANGE SHOW" between them; text across top of postcard reads "OANGE SHOW, ANAHEIM, CALIFONIA, 1926 -- MAY 14TH TO 23RD, INCLUSIVE." and across bottom, "CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGE SHOW."
1 Photographic print, postcard : color ; 3 1/2 x 5 in.