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Company L in parade on 4th Street, Santa Ana in 1898, to celebrate their return from the Spanish-American War. Merchants' signs and banners hang from the store fronts. Company L was formed by men of Santa Ana in 1890 as part of the State Guard. Company L gave assistance to San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and served through the Spanish-American War, two World Wars and the Korean conflict.