Pedro “Pete” Jimenez

Pedro “Pete” Jimenez, who loved to tell colorful tales of early Carpinteria, appears above circa 1939. This photo is on display at the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History, along with several of Jimenez’s woodcutting tools. 

Pedro “Pete” Jimenez, who loved to tell colorful tales of early Carpinteria, appears above circa 1939. This photo is on display at the Carpinteria Valley Museum of History, along with several of Jimenez’s woodcutting tools. 

 

 

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