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Graton, California, looking west in 1959
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo postcard--black and white: Graton looking west in 1959. The post office was previously located in the building in the middle of the block, formerly Heintz Hardware Store. On right is Paul's Market owned by the Wong and Dunn families and building advertises Royal Crown Cola and Swifts ice cream. Next to Paul's is Flesher's Fontain owned originally by Melba Flesher until 1959, then it was run in succession by Harriet Jackson, then Nina Baker and Mary and Leonard Farmer, then Ruby and Erhardt Hanson. Sue's Photo
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