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This is the 1920 appearance of what much later became the junction of State Highways 99 and 198 in Tulare County, CA. It adjoins the tiny town of Goshen and was known as "Goshen Junction." The arrow-shaped sign shows the direction (east) to Visalia, CA, and Giant Forest (Sequoia National Park). (Photo courtesy of Larry Merriott)
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