The New Grammar School, Santa Paula

Image

The New Grammar School, Santa Paula postcard verso
The New Grammar School, Santa Paula postcard

Title

The New Grammar School, Santa Paula

Identifier

20164 PC

Description

School building with a central section and two wings. There is a flagpole in the center of a walkway leading to the entrance. An expanse of lawn is visible near the building. Shrubs enclosed by a wooden fence are in the foreground.

Verso: A message from a man named Walter writing to a friend in Napa, California. The writer states that he "encountered 30 miles of bad to very bad roads" and that he planned to go to Oxnard the following day. The card was postmarked in Santa Paula in 1916.

[O. Newman Company, Los Angeles-San Francisco]

Creator

O. Newman Company

Date

No date

Format

Color postcard
15 x 10 cm

Subject

Schools--Santa Paula

Coverage

California
Ventura County (Calif.)
Santa Paula (Calif.)

Publisher

Museum of Ventura County

Rights

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Type

Image

Language

English

Is Referenced By

MVC045 Collection of Ventura County postcards

Collection

Citation

O. Newman Company, “The New Grammar School, Santa Paula,” Research Library at The Museum of Ventura County, accessed July 16, 2024, http://photographs.venturamuseum.org/items/show/5720.