Rancho San Jose Mask
Support HSPV and show your Pomona Valley pride with one of our new face masks featuring the Palomares & Vejar brands!
In 1837, Mexican governor Alvarado granted el Rancho San Jose to Ygnacio Palomares and Ricardo Vejar. Ygnacio Palomares settled with his family in the northern part of the ranch, and Ricardo Vejar and his family took the south.
The rancho prospered for many years, and the land covered by the Rancho San Jose is now Pomona, Claremont, San Dimas, La Verne, San Dimas, Azusa and parts of Walnut, Diamond Bar, Covina, and Glendora.
This mask is has two layers of cotton plus a flap for inserting a filter.