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Manzana Products Company production line
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Photo--black and white: The Manzana Products Company production line. The Oehlmann drier was owned and operated by Rudolph and Maude Oehlmann. In 1948, after the firm became one of the largest driers in the area with 10 kilns, it was totally destroyed by fire. When it was rebuilt, it became a combination drier and cannery and entered into the canning business for the first time in 1949 and evolved into Manzana Products in Graton.
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