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Max Riave Holding Baby Daughter
Max Riave holds one of his daughters up for a photo while standing outside in front of Camarillo Mercantile in 1945. Max is looking downward and the baby girl is smiling at the camera. Other businesses are in the background.

Max Riave in Front of Camarillo Mercantile negative
Max Riave (right) stands with another man in front of the store he owned with his wife Ruth, Camarillo Mercantile. Both men are smiling into the camera and are wearing ties and long light colored coats. Behind them, part of the interior of the store…

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…

Conejo Inn, Camarillo postcard
Photographic postcard of a street corner showing Conejo Inn, a restaurant, in the middle and to the right of postcard. Buildings to the left are Camarillo Meat Market and Camarillo Garage. Two cars are parked in the street and many store signs and…

Intersection of Camarillo and Ventura boulevards
Camarillo and Ventura boulevards, looking east to the eucalyptus grove and the railroad. J.C. Hartman is standing next to the team. J.L. Sebastian's store stands to the left.
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