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Stockton, California. Founded in 1844, Stockton enjoys the reputation of being California's only inland deep-water port. Through the port flow the commodities of the rich San Joaquin Valley, whose crops include wine grapes, nuts, sweet cherries, asparagus, celery and tomatoes. Today, Stockton is a modern city, small enough to be friendly and large enough to be commercially varied and prosperous.

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Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

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circa 1970

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San Joaquin County, Stockton California, photographs, postcard, photo, image, history, Western America