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Covina Valley Historical Society [CA]

The Covina Valley Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the historical heritage of Covina and West Covina, California, which today are suburbs of Los Angeles. The society maintains two buildings, a local history museum housed in the Firehouse Jail Museum, and the Heritage House, which serves as a historic house museum.

The society offers exhibits, guided tours, and special events. The website offers a brief history of the society as well as visitor information.

 
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