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Los Gatos History: Christmas Card From William E. Riker

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A 1939 Christmas card from "Father" Riker of Holy City, "Your future governor of California," tells men that to feel like real "He men" they must act as "loving fathers" over women, instead of expecting them to be "dictating mamas" over them.
A 1939 Christmas card from "Father" Riker of Holy City, "Your future governor of California," tells men that to feel like real "He men" they must act as "loving fathers" over women, instead of expecting them to be "dictating mamas" over them.
A 1939 Christmas card from "Father" Riker of Holy City, "Your future governor of California," tells men that to feel like real "He men" they must act as "loving fathers" over women, instead of expecting them to be "dictating mamas" over them.

Repository: Marlene Wiley Collection

Source: Hooked on Los Gatos, the Library and Museum History Project

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Colleen Murphy December 30, 2013 at 12:52 PM
"Father" Riker, the founder of Holy City once lived on Summit Road and had a big truck which had his philosophy painted on the sides. At one time Holy City was a prosperous place with many residents.

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