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Friday, July 25, 2014

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY'S LINDA STERLING'S STELLAR CAREER

BUILDING A GREAT MUSEUM IN THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

Few people better exemplify the impact of the lives of individuals, whose lives and careers are part of San Fernando Valley history, have made on America and Southern California than Linda Sterling.
Dr. Linda Sterling (PhD. English UCLA) began her creative life's journey as a showgirl. In the 1940s Linda performed in films for Republic Pictures, mostly in serial movies. Perhaps her most recognized is her title role in the "Tiger Woman" in the 1940s. She continued her work in film and television into the 1960's.
When she started her family, Linda Sterling redirected her life as a professional educator. She became a professor of English at Glendale College, where she worked from 1967 until 1990. She died in Studio City.
Linda Sterling - actor educator - vintage postcard - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Gary Fredburg 2014.  (click on image to enlarge it.)

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