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Children in truck owned by E. W. M. Evans & Sons Monuments, Petaluma, California, about 1919
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Sonoma County Library
Sonoma County Library Photograph Collection
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Side view of truck, called the Klieber, with sign for Evans & Sons Monuments, parked under a large oak tree; unidentified adult and small boy in the cab; boy looking over wood sides of truck bed.
black-and-white photographs
Business and Industry
E. W. M. Evans & Sons Monuments
United States
Petaluma, California

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