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Title
San Joaquin Roller Mill, Visalia, Calif., Late 1800s
Date Created and/or Issued
Late 1800s
Publication Information
Tulare County Library
Contributing Institution
Tulare County Library, Annie R. Mitchell History Room
Collection
Tulare County Sesquicentennial Photograph Collection
Rights Information
This image is being made available for educational and research purposes only, under the Fair Use clause of the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 section 107 U.S.C.) Further questions regarding the image or its use may be directed to the Tulare County Library, 200 W. Oak Ave., Visalia, CA 93291; Phn: 559-713-2700; Fax: 559-737-4586.
Description
"The historical marker at the site of the San Joaquin Roller Mill, east of Visalia, CA, states"" San Joaquin Roller Mill, one of the first four roller mills in California. Located just to the north of the people's ditch, this mill, operating from 1854 to 1913, produced much of the flour used by early settlers of the valley. CLAMPUS VITUS D.S.G.G. 1855, dedicated October 28, 1978."" The site now is part of the Kaweah Oaks Preserve. The photo contributor's grandfather had a partner named Frank Emory. The grandfather quit the mill job in 1908. (Photo courtesy of Eugene Frey)"
Type
image
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/c8fb517f
tcs0483
SE 0326

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