Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures
HISTORY OF THE SANTA CLARITA VALLEY BY JERRY REYNOLDS
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

AUTHOR'S RESOURCES

——. "The Castaic Story." Undated manuscript, Castaic School archives.

——. "Collected Papers." Undated manuscript, Sulphur Springs School.

——. "Mentryville Papers." Undated manuscript, Mentryville.

The Acton Rooster. Microfilm at the Valencia Library. 1891-1915.

Bell, Major Horace. On the Old West Coast. New York, 1930.

Bell, Major Horace. Reminiscences of a Ranger. Los Angeles, 1881.

Bonsal, Stephen. A Pioneer in the Path of Empire. New York, 1912.

Brunner, Peggy. "The Story of Newhall." Undated manuscript, Newhall Library.

Burrows, D.H. "Del Valle." Hist. Society of Southern Calif., 1902.

Gist, Evalyn Slack. "Forgotten Mill of the Joshuas." Desert Magazine, Undated.

Greenwood, Robert C. Vasquez. New York, 1968.

Harrington, Marie. A Golden Spike. Mission Hills, CA 1976.

King, Linda Barby. "Incised Petroglyph Sites at Agua Dulce." Undated manuscript, California State University, Northridge.

LaRoche, Pete. "William S. Hart." True West, June 1971.

McGrath, Tom. "A Man and a Mine." Desert Magazine, August 1981.

Nadeau, Remi. City Makers. Los Angeles, 1965.

Needham, Henry C. My First Wild Turkey. Mother Lode Press, Sonora, CA 1977 (written about 1900).

Newhall, Ruth W. The Newhall Ranch. San Marino, CA 1958.

The Newhall Signal. Maintained at The Signal offices. 1919-1985.

Outland, Charles. Man Made Disaster. Glendale, CA 1977.

Perkins, A.B. "Notes on the History of the Santa Clarita Valley." Undated manuscript.

Perkins, A.B. Rancho San Francisco. Los Angeles, 1957.

Reynolds, Gerald G. A Heritage to Keep. Los Angeles, 1976.

Reynolds, Gerald G. "Baron of Alcatraz." True West, September 1985.

Reynolds, Gerald G. "Monarch of All He Surveyed." Real West, July 1978.

Robinson, John. "Path of the Outlaw." Westways, March 1981.

Van Valkenberg, R. "Lost Cave of the San Martins." Desert Magazine, January 1952.

Williamson, R.S. Pacific Railroad Survey. Washington, DC 1952.

Young, Walton. Men of the Tejon. Los Angeles, 1965.

EDITOR'S RESOURCES

——. "From Blackjack Pershing to Blackened Whitefish." The Signal, September 8, 1986.

——. Original captions to photographs from the A.B. Perkins Collection.

Autry, Gene. "Memories of the Place I Called Melody Ranch." Old Town Newhall Gazette, November-December 1995.

Bennett, James P. "Piru — Steeped in History." Los Angeles Herald Examiner, June 12, 1965.

Birchard, Robert S. King Cowboy: Tom Mix and the Movies. Riverwood Press, Burbank, CA 1993.

Gayer, George F., researcher. Pioneer Oil Refinery 1876. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, September 27, 1975.

Lewis, Donovan. Pioneers of California: True Stories of Early Settlers in the Golden State. Scottwall Associates, San Francisco, 1993.

Manzer, Darryl. "The Only Kid in Mentryville." Old Town Newhall Gazette, Spring 1997.

Naro, Cathy. "How Green Was My Valley." Westways, February 1995.

Needham, Henry C. My First Wild Turkey. Mother Lode Press, Sonora, CA 1977 (written about 1900).

Newhall, Ruth W. A California Legend: The Newhall Land and Farming Company. The Newhall Land and Farming Company, Valencia, CA 1992.

Newhall, Ruth W. "Vignettes of the Life and Times of Scott Newhall." Old Town Newhall Gazette, January-Feburary 1996.

Newhall, Ruth W. "Why Santa Clarita?" Old Town Newhall Gazette, February-March 1997.

Newhall Ranch: Draft Environmental Impact Report. Archaeological Section and Appendix by W & S Consultants (Drs. David Whitley and Joseph Simon). Impact Sciences, Inc., for the Newhall Ranch Company, Valencia, CA, July 1996.

Perkins, A.B. "The Story of an Adobe." The Newhall Signal, March 23, 1961.

Reynolds, Gerald G. "Heritage Junction Historic Park." Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, Undated brochure. Edited 1997 by Carol Rock.

Reynolds, Gerald G. "History of the Santa Clarita Valley." The Signal, Various dates, 1976-1994.

Reynolds, Gerald G. Pico Canyon Chronicles. Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, Newhall, CA 1985.

Reynolds, Gerald G. Santa Clarita: Valley of the Golden Dream. Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, Santa Clarita, CA 1992.

Reynolds, Gerald G. "Tales of the Saugus Cafe." Undated brochure.

Rintoul, William. Drilling Through Time. State of California Department of Conservation, Sacramento, CA 1990.

Rock, Carol. "SCV Historian Jerry Reynolds Dead at Age 58." The Signal, February 28, 1996.

Rudolph, Viki. "Antiques and Such in Aunt Ida's Attic." Old Town Newhall Gazette, July 4, 1997.

Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures (http://www.scvhistory.com). Old Town Newhall, USA and the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, 1996-.

Schaechtele, Molly Shoemaker. The Governors of California and Their Portraits. California State Capitol Museum Volunteer Association, Sacramento, CA 1995.

Six Flags Magic Mountain. "25 Years of Magic in Santa Clarita Valley." Old Town Newhall Gazette, Spring 1996.

Tumbleweeds. Astor Pictures Corporation, 1939 re-release.

White, Gerald T. Formative Years in the Far West: A History of Standard Oil Company of California and Predecessors Through 1919. Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, 1962.

Worden, Leon. "Movie Magic at Melody Ranch." City of Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival brochure, Santa Clarita, CA 1997.

Worden, Leon. "Renaissance for Black Palm Springs." The Signal, July 24, 1996.

Worden, Leon. The Story of Mentryville. Friends of Mentryville, Santa Clarita, CA 1996.

Personal conversations or correspondence with the following:
    Gerald G. and Myrna Reynolds, Jack and Joan Beitzel, John Boston, Carl Boyer III, Bill Crowl, Tom Frew IV, Alex Gordon, Paul Higgins, Carol Lagasse, Ted Lamkin, Ruth Newhall, Rudy "Standing Bear" Ortega Jr., Connie Worden Roberts, Carol Rock, Viki Rudolph, Pat Saletore, Philip Scorza, Margaret Seltzer, Renaud Veluzat, Laurene Weste-McCarthy, Darleen Zollinger and many more.


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