The second in a series of three lectures focusing on Los Angeles in the 1920s, Steven J. Ross (author of Working Class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America) will explore the influence that major film studios had on the ways Americans thought about class relations. The lecture begins at 2:00 p.m. and the event concludes at 5:00 p.m.
A light reception will follow Mr. Ross' talk. Admission is FREE; however seating is limited, and will be available on a first-come, first-seated basis. Parking is free as well.
The Homestead Museum is located just 20 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, the six-acre site is situated one mile north of the Pomona Freeway (Highway #60) at the Hacienda Blvd. exit.
Please call for directions and further information.
Alexandra Rasic, Public Programs Manager
15415 East Don Julian Road
City of Inductry, CA 91745
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