Bradley Edson Parke(non-registered)
The History of Thousand Oaks could not of been told better then Through Ed Lawrence's lens
Thank you for capturing the history and beauty of our Conejo Valley through your lens. RIP Mr. Lawrence
We recently moved to the area and have enjoyed looking at you photos of the early days of Westlake and Thousand Oaks. Thanks for sharing!
Sherry Harris Straka(non-registered)
I love your photos, especially the ones of my dad, Ray Harris, and his friends like Gerald Davis. I never knew the photo of my Dad winning that race at the '62 Conejo balley days existed until a few years ago. Would love to order photos (I believe Gerald's daughters would like to do so as well. I am in Oklahoma and his daughters are in Arkansas and Louisiana so we can not come to your shows. Is it possible to order from the website, email or telephone?
David Ernest Lang(non-registered)
True Treasures
Beverly Flemion(non-registered)
I so wanted to come to your show at the Library but I was sick that day. I've lived here in the Conejo Valley since 1975 and I love seeing your pictures of my cherished Conejo Valley. Thank you for sharing them.
Matt Morrison(non-registered)
I really enjoined your program at the library last month it was outstanding. I am really interested in the photo that showed Westlake and Thousand Oaks blvd intersection( corner) when it was a dirt road. Also anything that shows my dad or grandfathers place. (Oakdale or TO Liquor)
Thanks for all you do and have done for this town.

Matt Morrison
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