Joyce Linden lived with her family on a
15 acre ranch in Northridge, California in the late 1940s and 1950s. The collection
consists of items collected by Linden related to the history of the San Fernando Valley
and her family’s ranch in Northridge, including a Northridge land brochure, a label for
the brochure written in 1960 which gives the history of the Linden’s Northridge ranch,
and ribbons won at the San Fernando Valley Fair in the 1950s by Vivien
Joyce Linden lived in Northridge, California, on a ranch with her family. Her father,
Irving Linden, purchased a 12 acre lot in Northridge in 1942, and in 1945 purchased the
neighboring 3 acres which included a home where he moved his family. The property was
later sold by the family to a developer.
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