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Ventura Eucalyptus Grove Co. Tract #1 Part of Sect. 25 of T4N - R19W map
Ventura Eucalyptus Grove Co. tract #1 part of sect. 25 of T4N - R19W
[Notes: Vicinity of Buckhorn, SW of Piru, Calif; J - 9, Automobile Club of Southern California, Map of Ventura County, ©2003]

St. Thomas of Villanova Preparatory School post card
Exterior view of St. Thomas of Villanova Preparatory School in Ojai.
[Albertype Co., Brooklyn, New York (Postcards of Quality)]

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A screenshot of the COVID-19 emergency alert sent at 3:10 pm on Friday June 26 from the County to warn people about the rise in coronavirus cases in the county.

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Panorama Ventura Oil fields & VTA Ave.

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Panoramic view of a ranch in Ventura

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Photo of Harry Waud, son of G.B. Waud in a uniform

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Lemon capital of the world

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Portion of $7,000,000,000 (sic)

3 miles from Camarillo

9 miles from Oxnard

Montalvo #7 map
Montalvo #7: "Hearne subdivision of part of Block 91 of the Montalvo Tract"
[Notes: Two copies of this map; L - 4, Automobile Club of Southern California, Map of Ventura County, ©2003]

Rancho Ojai, San Antonio Creek Area map
Map showing parcel of land owned by Charles B. Horrell, Rancho Ojai, Ventura County, California
[Notes: J - 3, 4, Automobile Club of Southern California, Map of Ventura County, ©2003]

Fillmore Calif map
Fillmore, Calif.
[Notes: J - 8, Automobile Club of Southern California, Map of Ventura County, ©2003]

Rancho El Conejo Partition Of Haigh Property map
Rancho El Conejo, partition of Haigh property: as requested by Charles Blackstock, estate administrator.
[Notes: South 1/2 of section 7, T1N - R19W; M - 8, Automobile Club of Southern California, Map of Ventura County, ©2003]

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Panoramic photo of Rincon oil field

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Panoramic view of the Ventura oil field from a mountain

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Panoramic view of Saticoy Rock

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Panorama photo taken from end of fishing pier.

Flooded Area at Ventura and Los Angeles County Line, 1928
"Flooded area at Ventura-Los Angeles Co. line showing Edison
Camp site 18 Mar. 1928." Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flooded Area Saticoy to Santa Paula, 1928
Flooded area Saticoy to Santa Paula, 15 Mar. 1928. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Ruins of San Francisquito Reservoir
Birds eye view of ruins of San Francisquito Reservoir in Los Angeles County, 20 Mar. 1928, resulting from St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flooded Area at Montalvo, 1928
Flooded area at Montalvo, Ventura County, Cal., 16 Mar. 1928. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flooded Area West of Santa Paula, 1928
Birds eye view of flooded area west of Santa Paula, 17 Mar. 1928. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flooded Area at Castaic Junction, 1928
Birds eye view of flooded area at Castaic Junction in Los Angeles County, 18 March 1928. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flood Area Near Piru, 1928
"Flood area near Piru. Ventura, CA 17 Mar. 1928", birds eye view. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.

Flooded Area West of Kemp Station
Birds eye view of flooded area west of Kemp Station, 18 Mar. 1928. Flooding followed St. Francis Dam Disaster, March 12, 1928.
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