The Ed Lawrence Collection
Ranches To Residences.  This is the photographic history of the Conejo Valley as seen through the lens of Ed Lawrence.

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Bob & Julie Merrick said:   January 11, 2014 9:54 am PST
Hi, I just wanted to thank you for all the history, information and beautiful photos we just saw on the TOTV channel. We live in Camarillo, but are Ventura County lovers! Thanks again. Sincerely, Bob & Julie Merrick

Roger Haynes said:   November 23, 2013 9:53 am PST
Your presentation at the Goebel Center last week was tremendous. I purchased two photo's and one I would like more info before framing. It's an 11 x 14 sepia of a mounted cowboy overlooking the Albertson Ranch from atop a hill looking down at a lone oak tree in a plowed field. You mentioned the Simi Valley cowboy's name, but I failed to remember it. Any other info on the photo would be greatly appreciated. You are an inspiration.

Ed Lathrope said:   November 20, 2013 4:07 am PST
Hello Ed, You had a great presentation at the Gobel Center last Sunday (11-77-2013). Please Tell me a little about Corrigan and Corriganville. Also, you didn't memtion the Melody Theater. Would you think about looking at one of you recent airial photos and outlining the past film location sites with a marker and index of what site was in what location? I would like that and would love to have that !! Sincerely, Ed Lathrope

Mary Soccoccio said:   November 18, 2013 10:35 am PST
Everytime I attend one of your Photos shows, I enjoy it more. Thanks for all the great pictures! Will you have a show coming up in 2014? I like to plan ahead ! Mary

Ron Higa said:   September 18, 2013 8:17 am PST
I have enjoyed Ed's collection for years. It brings back a lot of memories. I am glad to see some of the pictures accessible on the internet.

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