Making the San Fernando Valley: Rural Landscapes, Urban Development, and White Privilege

By Laura R. Barraclough | Go to book overview

ILLUSTRATIONS

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1Map of the San Fernando Valley, City of Los Angeles, California4
2Small Farm Home Contest architectural sketch, 193038
3Weeks Poultry Colony, 192748
4Gene Autry at the Cahuenga Pass Opening Day Ceremonies, 1940104
5Roy Rogers at the Chatsworth cleanup campaign, 1961105
6Ronald and Nancy Reagan horseback riding at their Santa Barbara ranch, 1981111
7Sheriff’s Rodeo at the Los Angeles Coliseum, 1955122
8Map of parks in the west San Fernando Valley179
9Racial demographics of rural neighborhoods versus Los Angeles County, 2000190
10Median household incomes of rural neighborhoods versus Los Angeles County, 2000191
11Rates of poverty in rural neighborhoods versus Los Angeles County, 2000192
12Homeownership rates in rural neighborhoods versus Los Angeles County, 2000193
13Large ranch in Shadow Hills, 2006196
14Backyard barn and horse corrals in Shadow Hills, 2006197
15Partially paved road with horse trails adjacent to the Rancho Verdugo Estates, Shadow Hills, 2006226
16Map of the northeast San Fernando Valley239
17Exterior of the Stallion Market in Shadow Hills, 2006247

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