George Almer Newhall (1862-1929) was the youngest son of town founder Henry Mayo Newhall (1825-1882). In 1883, George Almer and his four brothers and
George's mother (Henry's widow), Margaret Jane White Newhall (1831-1900), incorporated The Newhall Land & Farming Co.
George A. Newhall lived in San Francisco where he took over his father's import-export business, which he ran with his half-brother Edwin White Newhall.
George Almer served as president of The Newhall Land & Farming Co. (and president of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce); the farming company, which owned multiple ranches in
California, was headquartered in San Francisco.
Illustrated on page 108 of Ruth Newhall (1992).