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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

CAMPO DE CAHUENGA IN 1978

2009 - The Year of Valley History

Campo de Cahuenga - Newsletter clipping 1978 - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Dave High - July 2009 (click on image to enlarge)

No date appears on this image clipped from a likely Rotary Club newsletter from 1978 or 1979. An item on the back of this picture reads "Hollywood Youth Program: A letter from George Buzza, President of Hollywood Rotary Club, invites our President...."
George Buzza was the President of the Hollywood Rotary in 1978-1979
Refer to HC-9 artifact number: 0709-050-957



The San Fernando Valley, in the heart of the Creative Capital of the World, deserves a great Museum of history and culture.

1 comment:

Richard said...

This is indeed looking East. The hill has greatly been reshaped, but is basically where the 10 UCP Tower - and City Walk beyond - now stand. Of note, the four "Royal" palm trees that still grace the court are just babies here, and the fountain is shown in an original condition before the addition of cement and the center stone memorial to Dona Bernarda Ruiz - one of the women of the Campo history (the daughter of the great Don Lugo, Bernarda intercepted Fremont on his southern march and after pleading the case for peace she all but dictated the terms of the Articles of Capitulation). Also of note in the photo is the original front (historic) wall (now gone) and to the far right the service and kennel buildings used by the veterinarian who used the Campo as an animal hospital during the early 20th Century.