Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures

The Neighbors' New Pump
Agua Dulce

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Contributor Dick Held writes:

This is a picture of my brother [Bud, at right] and me in January 1931, standing in front of our new neighbors' fliver-driven pump. They bought a small piece of property between our northwest line and a house belonging to a man whose name I believe was Mickey. I don't know their name or Mickey's last name. Water can be seen flowing out of the pump outlet on the right. The belt from the fliver's left rear tire to the pump head can also be seen behind us.

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