Adohr Dairy Farm Bookend Tarzana California Vintage 1960s Rare Home Office Decor

Regular price $441.07
Sale price $441.07 Regular price $518.90
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Adohr Dairy Farm Bookend Tarzana California Vintage 1960s Rare Home Office Decor.


This vintage bookend is 7” wide by 6” tall. Back story: Merritt Adamson established the large Adohr Farms dairy in 1916, at Ventura Boulevard and Lindley Avenue. It was named for his wife Rhoda, spelled backwards. His spread of Guernsey milk cows sprawled on both sides of Ventura Blvd. through World War II, but in 1948 — the year before Adamson died, encroaching suburbia squeezed Adohr Farms out of Tarzana. Land was slowly sold during the Great Depression and in 1948 the remaining 500 acres were sold to developers when the dairy farm moved to Camarillo. The Camarillo farm was sold for the Westview Park subdivision in 1969. Only the Adohr milkmaid statue remains in front of the old Adohr Farms Creamery (now Saputo Dairy Foods) plant in Tulare, CA.


Vintage Pre-Owned and in clean, good condition. Shipped very quickly and carefully with USPS or FedEx. We ship every business day and use clean new shipping materials. We also have seller paid 30-day returns, so purchase with confidence!

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