Author Casey Tefertiller
The real life Wyatt Earp was a close friend of western movie star William S. Hart. When Earp died in 1929, Mr. Hart was a pallbearer at the famous lawman’s funeral.
Spend a rare evening in Bill Hart’s Mansion living room as New York Times best selling author-historian Casey...
[KHTS] – An SCVi Charter School student and Santa Clarita Boy Scout is making history and preserving it at the same time.
Evan Decker, who at 17 is also the assistant executive director of the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, is being named Los Angeles County Youth Volunteer of the Year...
Mix a western bebop band with a 1920’s era silent film star’s mansion, and you have Cowboys & Carols.
Tons of fun as you listen to Cow Bop’s sweet and hot vocals and acoustic western sensibilities in the amazing art and memorabilia filled William S. Hart Mansion. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres,...
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