Ladyface Mountain climbs to 2,031 feet above sea level and is visible for many miles.
Legend has it that the Chumash Indians, who used the mountain as a perch to view the
entire Conejo Valley, gave the mountain the name "Ladyface."
The . . . — — Map (db m200712) HM
Rancher John Morrison and his family occupied this historic house in 1904. They lived and worked here for almost 60 years. Morrison‘s family cleared land to grow hay and raised horses and cattle to sell at nearby markets. They also built barns, . . . — — Map (db m167302) HM
You've seen Western Town in hundreds of movies, TV shows and commercials. It all started back in 1927 when Paramount
Pictures purchased 2,700 acres of the old Rancho Las Virgenes for use as a "movie ranch."
"Cisco Kid," "Dr. Quinn, Medicine . . . — — Map (db m150029) HM
Memorial Ceremony honoring Horace Marden Albright (January 6, 1890 - March 28, 1987).
His footprints are on the United States and
the world because all other national park systems
are modeled on the one he built.
April 4, 1987, . . . — — Map (db m195598) HM
Daughters of the American Revolution commemorate the significant role the
Reyes Adobe historical site played in the development of California and its
history. The property was a stop along the state's famous El Camino Real. — — Map (db m154344) HM