In 1920 Ventura Boulevard was still a relatively unpopulated stretch of roadway. The long and narrow (no more than 14 feet in width) road was a difficult byway, particularly as it approached the Brant Rancho. Travelers from Los Angeles encountered a steep hill in which the road climbed and twisted and turned in an effort
Two and one-half minutes before midnight on March 12th of 1928, a catastrophic event marked the beginning of the end for a town that is no longer. Once referred to as the new mouth of the Owens river, Owensmouth was aptly named by H.G. Otis, the owner of the Los Angeles Times. The city could
Check out this map of the San Fernando Valley from 1923. Donated by Robert Aitchison.
We are proud to announce the museums first All British Car Show! This event will take place on Sunday September 13th 2015 from 9AM-4PM. There will be a live DJ, food trucks and lots of vendors. This is a free event and everyone is welcome! All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting The