Conejo as you have not seen it- images from the 1870s and on, when our valley was the home of ranchers, shepherds and farmers. These beautiful images show the founding families during pioneer times, the landscape of our well-loved valley as it was then, and the lifestyles that occurred here before modern development changed the face of our region!
In conjunction with Thousand Oaks Library, which also owns extensive photographic collections from our past, the Conejo Valley Historical Society presents beautiful images in the hallways of our Museum, in the many rooms of our inn, that show life as it was lived here when time moved a little slower.
Our images include a view of the original "Grand Union Hotel" from the 1880s, our Timber School as it originally looked with students and teacher; and many other lovely, memorable photographs from the late 1800s. Come join us in remembering these times and while you are here, take in the "Voices" of the Conejo which also brings life of the past alive for all of us!