Title:[Llano del Rio Cooperative Colony promotional postcards]
Creator/Contributor:Llano Colony (Secular community), creator, publisher.
Illustrated postcards depicting scenes of everyday life in Llano del Rio Cooperative Colony in Llano, Calif., with printed
captions promoting various virtues of the community: Montessori school education; logging, lumber and other industries; livestock
and agriculture; recreation; and art.
Llano Colony (Secular community) -- Photographs
Llano (Calif.) -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Photographer(s) unknown. Presumably issued by the Llano Colony.
Llano del Rio Cooperative Colony promotional postcards, BANC PIC 2018.025, The Bancroft Library, University of California,
Purchase ; from Bolerium Books ; in 2017.
Llano del Rio: socialist community devised in 1913 by Job Harriman in Antelope Valley, Calif.; opened to public membership
in 1914; population peaked at over 1100 in mid-1917; by 1918 the colony had abandoned the California location and resettled
in New Llano, Louisiana.
8 photographs in 1 folder : monochromatic halftone prints ; sheets 9 x 14 cm (postcard format)
BANC PIC 2018.025--PIC