How Fast It Grew: Old Photos of Valley’s Birth and Boom

by: Hailey Branson-Potts | Los Angeles Times

It’s 1957, and a line of kids — the boys on bikes, the girls in bobby socks and saddle shoes — stretches around a newly opened North Hollywood Dairy Queen.

 

It’s 1964, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Berry of Van Nuys celebrate their 50th anniversary. She wears a corsage, he a boutonniere, as their hands clasp a knife over a cake just as they might have done half a century before.

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