Group photo of Betty Brazil, Dorothy Nicholson, Delee Staunton on a Ventura-Hueneme bike ride in June 1939. They are looking at the camera, sitting on their bikes. Taken by Otis Draper in front of his home in Ventura.
View of the coastline from the wharf. Small waves lap the beach in the foreground. Several houses sit just behind the sand, framed by a variety of trees. A mountain is in the distance.
Caption: "A SCENE FROM THE WHARF - VENTURA, CAL."
Ojai Valley, street scene in Nordhoff showing what appear to be two large homes, many trees, and a horse drawn wagon. From article "Autumn Days in Ventura II" --by Ninette Eames in the Overland Monthly, January 1890.
Snapshot of snowfall at 266 Glen Ellen Drive in Ventura (address written on photo border). The snowy scene shows a sidewalk with houses to the right and parked car to the left. There are snowy mountains in the background.
View of Meta Street in Ventura, looking west. Prominently features a multi-story home on the corner followed by two one-story homes, and then a church. A horse and carriage can be seen in front of the church.
[Western Card Company, Reedley, Fresno…
Waves breaking on a rock-covered beach, titled "Breakers, Ventura, Cal." A two-story house with a large lawn, tree, and fence is visible, along with other smaller buildings in the distance.
[Woods, Inc., L.A., 163]
A lime green border surrounds a photo overlooking a sprawling hillside that makes way for a sea of brown roofs occasionally interrupted by trees that make up a large residential area.
[Columbia Publishing, P.O. Box 675, Ojai, California 93023, T010]
A panoramic view of Ventura, looking over houses and towards the mountains. A red train cuts across the left of the image, just past a railroad intersection with a large street.
[Brakey, J.R., Ventura, Cal (Panama/California Exposition, San Diego,…
A scene of the coast in Ventura, California (as listed). A green field has a path cut through it, leading to a large brown house (?) is slightly to the right of center, surrounded by small white tents. Smaller brown buildings are at either edge of…