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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

HORACE HEIDT AND THE KING SISTERS 1937


CHERISHING OUR VALLEY         2012



The motion picture and television industries oftentimes overshadow the enormous contributions made to other aspects of American and world culture made in the San Fernando Valley. Horace Heidt, one of the most popular big band leaders of his era, lived in what is now Sherman Oaks and introduced some of the nation's most important artists. Among these were the King Sisters, who themselves were residents of the Valley.

Are you interested in The Museum's efforts to collect and preserve the work and history of San Fernando Valley artists?  Contact Lee Davis, the Chairman of the Valley Notables Committee today.

Lee Davis
Chairman of Valley Notables Committee
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley
21031 Ventura Blvd., Suite 419
Woodland Hills, CA 91364-2230

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