Los Rancheros Visitadores, or the Visiting Ranchers, is a Santa Barbara-based social club; however, many of its members are
also from Ventura County. The club is most known for its annual 60-mile trek through the Santa Ynez Valley. James Albert Reardon,
born on February 7, 1914, in Ventura County, was a member of Rancheros Visitadores. The collection consists mostly of materials
collected by Reardon during his involvement with the club. Some items do not belong to Reardon but are still records of the
club's activities and members. Materials include membership and camp rosters from the early 1970s through 1994, photographs,
James Albert Reardon was born on February 7, 1914, in Ventura County. He owned and operated the James A. Reardon Mortuary
in Oxnard from 1937 until 1990. An active member of the community, Reardon was associated with the Rancheros Visitadores,
among other clubs. He died on April 14, 2007, at the age of 93.
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