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A. Norman Blacksmith Shop
Exterior view of "A. Norman Blacksmithing", a blacksmith shop owned by Arthur Norman. Street corner and side of shop is visible. The shop was at the corner of Oak and Santa Clara Streets, 403 Oak St., in Ventura. Signs on building also read…

Bank of A. Levy
Exterior view of Bank of A. Levy from across the street. People and cars are visible.

California Street facing pier
View facing south on California Street from the Court House. The pier is in the far distance and cars parked in front of businesses as well as in motion on the street are present. A woman with a can is crossing California Street.

Colonial House
Exterior view of Colonial House on Oxnard Boulevard taken from across the street. It is a two story structure with a long porch and balcony on top of the porch running along the entire front of the building. There are many signs visible advertising…

Drug Store, Stage Office, and Catholic Church, Camarillo postcard
View of a street lined with Camarillo businesses such as a mercantile company, drug store, and two cafes (one labeled Conejo Inn). An Associated Gasoline billboard is visible. St. Mary Magdalen, a Catholic church, is prominent in the background. Many…

Entrance Sign To Gila Relocation Center
This image shows the road signage that marks the entrance to the Gila River Relocation Center, and internment camp for Japanese in Arizona during World War II.

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Panoramic group photo at Ventura gas plant
Group photograph of the Pacific Gasoline Company's Ventura plant. Their main office was in Los Angeles (700 Calif. Bank Bldg. Los Angeles, Cal.). Men are in front of some pipes out in a field near some buildings and equipment behind a sign.

H. G. Bennison's Blacksmith Shop
H. G. Bennison's Blacksmith Shop in Santa Paula in 1911. Two men stand in the open door. Many signs and advertisements Shop located on southwest corner of 10th and Main Streets. Much of Bennison's work was repairing wagons and shoeing horses for oil…

Hamilton Diamond Company Store
Closeup exterior view of the Hamilton Diamond Company Store. The store seems to take up at least the bottom floor of a several stories tall building. The second floor seems to advertise Dr. Joseph Bloom, Optometrist. Store is on a corner, double…

Home's Bakery and Lohn's Photograph Gallery
Front view of Home Bakery, Lohn's Photograph Gallery, and a millinery store, with three women and a little girl standing in front.

Inadomi Company Storefront
This image shows an exterior street view of the Inadomi Store. There is an International semi truck parked on the street in front. The Asahi Market can be seen in the background.

J. L. Fernandes Blacksmiths and Stable
Busy outdoor scene outside of J. L. Fernandes Blacksmiths and stable in Montalvo. Scene shows three men and one boy at the open entrance to the blacksmiths shop as well as several horse-drawn surreys and wagons.

La Mexicana Market Interior
Interior view of La Mexicana Market with Carlos Sanchez, left, and Arnulfo Sanchez, right, standing in the center of the store. Walls displaying merchandise and counters full of products visible. Signs for Newmark's Coffee visible on back wall.

Largest Loaf of Bread Ever Made
Bill Baker's "largest loaf of bread ever made" on trailer with Fordson tractor attached, parked in front of American Bakery in Ventura, CA. The trailer is decorated with US flag banners. The American Bakery is also adorned with US flags and banners.…

Las Quince Letras Cafe, Santa Paula
Exterior view of Las Quince Letras Cafe, a restaurant in Santa Paula owned an operated by the Diaz Family. Restaurant sign is clearly visible, flanked by Coca Cola advertising signs.

Mail and Freight on a Mule Drawn Wagon
A wagon filled to the brim with mail and freight waiting to be driven away a team of four mules on a road in front of a blacksmiths shop. A man is in the drivers seat and four other men are visible behind the wagon at the right of the image.…

Main and Oak Streets, Ventura, 1896
View of Main Street in Ventura from the corner of Main and Oak Streets facing west. Bank of Ventura on left side of photo and horses and carriages are parked on the street. Bottom of photo captioned "Main Street Ventura."

Main Street Looking West postcard
View looking down Main Street. There are buildings on either side of the street, and cars are parked along the street. Postcard looks illustrated. Hotel Baldwin and Hotel DeLeon visible. Caption at top reads: "1202:- Main Street Looking West,…

Main Street Near Figueroa Street, Ventura, 1877
Men lined up along the sidewalk in front of businesses on Main Street near Figueroa Street in Ventura, south side. The Signal Newspaper office and Justice of the Peace Court were in these buildings. Typed writing near bottom left corner of photo…

Main Street, Ventura postcard
View looking down Main Street at Oak Street. There are buildings on both sides of the street. Cars are parked on the streets. The building signs are visible in the image, including Rexall Drugs and F. W. Woolworth Company.
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Main Street, Ventura, 1875
View of Main Street, Ventura, looking west from the library. A horse and delivery wagon? are on the left side of photo and houses and business line Main Street, which is a dirt road.

Main Street, Ventura, 1930
View of stores on Main Street in Ventura from the South side of the street between Palm and Oak Streets. Ventura Department Store and Chaffee's Shoes storefront signs are visible. Cars are parked in the street and people are visible on sidewalk.

New Ventura Freeway, 1965
View looking west over the top of "El Caballo" (the Mission San Buenaventura settling tank) with the new Ventura Freeway in the background. Many business and buildings in view mid image.

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Norman's Blacksmith Shop
Four men stand in front of a "A. Norman and Son Blacksmithing Shop" in Camarillo. Around them are horse-drawn vehicles or farm equipment. The door to the shop is open. One man is in a suit and tie, and the other three men wear work clothes--overalls…

Oxnard Postcard
A view down a busy commercial street, possibly "A" Street, lined with mid-century cars. On the left side is a J.C. Penney's (visibly named) in yellow. The next buildings are brown with illegible signs, though at the further end there is a blue sign…
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