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Growing up in a citrus town
Brief segment for Claremont Public Access Television focusing on the citrus industry's history in Claremont and the impact that citrus farming had on the community. Interviews with local residents and citrus ranchers include: Enid Douglass, Mary Naftel Wheeler, Ray Soper, and Eleanor Pierson.
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Channel1 Mono; Channel2 Mono
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