200 Civic Center Way
Calabasas, CA 91302 (map)
Fri & Sat,11:00am–5:00pm
Sun 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Calabasas Historical Society
Collection contains important books, photographs, pamphlets,
maps, magazines, newspapers and transcripts of interviews with
Collection Hours: By
To schedule an appointment, please contact:
The collection is housed at the Calabasas Library, 200 Civic
Center Way, Calabasas, CA 91302.
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The Historical Society meets the first Tuesday of most
months at 6pm in the Library.
All proceeds and monetary donations
collected go to the Historical Society for continued historical
preservation efforts and education.
Thursday, January 26th at 5:30 for socializing, then program
starts at 6pm
Galen Wilkes will give a
presentation on the music, history and artifacts of the Los
Angeles area in the Ragtime Era from 1890 - 1917.
Thursday, February 23rd at
Tommy Gelinas will give a
presentation on the Valley Relics Museum. This is a local
museum that collects, preserves, interprets, and presents
the history of The San Fernando Valley and surrounding
Images of America – Calabasas
The early years of Calabasas
offer a colorful history full of buried treasure, cattle and
sheep ranches, stagecoaching, ghost sightings, and some of
Southern California’s roughest and toughest residents.
Between the 1920s and 1970s, countless films and television
episodes were filmed in the west San Fernando Valley area
alone. It was a time when Westerns ruled the scene, and the
studios bought up huge tracts of underdeveloped acreage in
the hills around Calabasas to serve as movie ranches. In
banning secondhand smoke, plastic bags, and Styrofoam,
Calabasas has been on the forefront of enacting
environmental stewardship to preserve its historical roots
and protect its open spaces.
To purchase the book, please
email Cimberly Castellon at
firstname.lastname@example.org or James Bozajian at
email@example.com or on Amazon -
This book was published November 30th,