Gladys Brown Edwards was a noted equine artist and authority on the Arabian horse. She worked at the Kellogg Ranch for over
a decade and was active in the Arabian horse community. Her husband, Cecil L. Edwards, was a respected horseman and Quartermaster
General of the Pomona Remount Depot. The collection includes personal and business correspondence; photographs; business records;
Gladys’ extensive research materials; and examples of her artwork.
Gladys Brown Edwards was born Gladys Melvina Brown in Portland, Oregon, on June 3, 1908. Gladys spent her early childhood
in Oregon until her family moved to California in 1914, eventually settling in Los Angeles.
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