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By Mary Bryner Winn

extra lemons as soon as have been shipped from Corona than anyplace on the earth, as a dozen citrus packing homes have been positioned alongside the railroad tracks during this rural Riverside County enclave recognized for its round street and hard-working population. The postcards amassed for this journey down Corona's reminiscence lane replicate its six many years of citrus-industry dominance and painting the prior in road scenes, trade, ranches, colleges, church buildings, houses, and the outlying inns of Glen Ivy and the Norconian membership. The Corona highway Races-spectacular nationwide affairs in 1913, 1914, and 1916-are additionally depicted.

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