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Sunday, December 2, 2007


Bronze Baseball Belt Buckle - 1948 - AA Semi-Professiona Legue - Collection of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley

Founded in 2005, The Museum of the San Fernando Valley was incorporated to serve residents of the Valley suburb communities of Los Angeles but also the greater San Fernando Valley as well. Our Museum Community collects artifacts and preserves information about the independent cities of San Fernando, Burbank, Glendale, Eagle Rock, the Canyon Communities, Calabasas and Topanga Canyon. Our interests are the interests and needs of the whole region.

The Museum of the SFV collects art and craft objects as well as historical items. Most local historical organizations have a focus strictly on their part of the city, but your Museum recognizes that the things that impact the lives of modern residents of the Valley come from nearly every region of our world.

Baseball's impact on our lives and culture deserves as much attention as do the Ice Age animals that once roamed the Valley. From the Tongva culture to Red Car Transportation, from Rocket Engines to Video Games, your Museum explores the many things and events that surround the 1,800,000 residents of the greater San Fernando Valley.

Do you have a unique collection, interest or heritage that you would like to share today and with future generations? Give your Museum a call today: (818) 609-1665. The folks at Anchor Education Foundation will make sure you get in touch.

"The San Fernando Valley deserves a great Museum of history and culture."

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