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Guide to Revolutionary War Records in the L.A. Area Libraries - $6.00

The San Fernando Valley Genealogical Society was organized January 18, 1981. Alexander White, a Dean at UCLA gave beginning and advanced classes that summer. The first publishing project, Guide to Revolutionary War Records in L.A. Area Libraries (1985), was started at Alexander White's suggestion. He had collected bibliographies of Revolutionary War resources for years and was interested in making it available to researchers. Alexander White and Muriel Fisher, then president of the society, arranged the first organizational meeting on Saturday March 21, 1982. There were many volunteers helping with the Revolutionary War Project. Five major libraries were checked. Ed Coles was the project coordinator and he double checked all the work.

Genealogical Holdings in the Mark Harrington Library - $1.00

The second publication was Genealogical Holdings in the Mark Harrington Library (1985).These were books belonging the the San Fernando Valley Historical Society and located at the Andres Pico Adobe, 10940 Sepulveda Boulevard, Mission Hills CA. Sterling Jensen inventoried the library for this publication.



San Fernando Valley Vital Statistics, Newspaper Abstracts

Volume I (1911-1925)

Volume II (1926-1934)

Volume III (1935-1940)

Volume IV (1941-1945)


We do not have access to the original articles. We only have the abstracts.


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San Fernando Valley Genealogical Society
PO Box 3486
Winnetka, CA 91396-3486
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