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Grape Day, Indiana (2nd) and Lime (Broadway) Streets, Escondido, California, 1920. Men standing, l-r: Roy Webb, Elmer Webb, Karl Petersen, Frank Pierce, Frank Lusardi, Bob Dyer, George Petersen, Arnie Barclay, Bill Frye 7x8 in. copy of snapshot
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Shades of California--Escondido Parades--Escondido, California
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