Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures
Alexander Hume and Family
Newhall, California

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Alexander Hume and family at home in Newhall with their prized mules, dolls, dog, cat and a few other animals, circa 1890.

Historian Maggi Perkins writes: "The Hume ranch was on San Fernando Road [now Newhall Avenue] toward Lyon Station. In 1891, Alexander Hume was one of the five directors named on the articles of incorporation filed by the First Presbyterian Church in Newhall" (Maggi Perkins 2010:73).

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At Home ~1890

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