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Peggy Bernal

Peggy Bernal

Peggy Park Bernal wrote about Southern California for Sunset magazine from the 1960s-1980s. She then spent the next 25 years at the Huntington Library in various capacaties, including as director of the Huntington Library Press from 1992-2007. 

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12 Librarians Who Made or Saved Los Angeles History

For National Library Week, we honor the librarians that made Los Angeles a smarter place.
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Cooking and Remodeling with Sunset Magazine Through the Years

Sunset Magazine's Los Angeles editors introduced readers to Ranch Homes and Mexican food its home design and cooking sections.
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Sunset Magazine: A Century of Traveling and Gardening in Los Angeles

Sunset Magazine pioneered the concept of traveling within your own city, while giving importance to the personal gardens of Southern California.
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Sunset Magazine: The Bible of Western Living

Sunset Magazine crafted ideals of Southern California living through its thriving branch office in Los Angeles starting in the 1940s.
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Olive Percival, Author & Bibliophile

Olive Percival was not college educated but read voraciously and wrote prolifically, with several published books to her name and a revered collection of antique books.
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Olive Percival, Artist in the Arroyo

Down-hyl Claim, the Arroyo home of the multi-faceted Olive Percival, was filled with magnificent collections of books, toys and dolls.
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