Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures
Acton Grocery & Post Office
Acton, California

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From Desert magazine, February 1957: "Frank and Fannie Frauenberger in front of their Acton store and postoffice."

Don Milburn writes (2014): "It was Frauenbergers' when I was a kid. The McBrides owned it after that. In my time as a kid, it was a store and post office. When the new market was built, the post office turned into a barber shop. The store became a laundromat and there was a Flying A gas station on site, as well."

LW2627c: 19200 dpi jpeg from original magazine page purchased 2014 by Leon Worden.


Meryl Adams Lecture (Audio 1977)


February 1957


Post Office
75th Anniversary


November 1970

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