History

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Lodi History Made Easier


by Leigh Johnsen San Joaquin County Historical Society & Museum One of the best-kept secrets of San Joaquin County may be the historic government records housed at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum. Knowledge that these resources exist often comes as a surprise to visitors. The Museum holds official records from the County of San … Continue reading

Sandy’s Restaurant in 1970


Sandy’s restaurant was first opened in 1969 on Kettleman Lane and managed by Gerald and Susan Hanning in 1970.  The following photos remind the Hanning family and local seniors of 21 cent hamburgers and good times at a very popular eatery. …

New History Book of Lodi


Lodi historian, Ralph A. Clark, signed copies of his new book  “Images of America – Lodi 1945-2005” at Hill House Museum Friday afternoon. Available from Amazon Judith Halstead distributed copies of the Summer 2011 edition of the “Lodi Historian” which featured stories and photographs she wrote and compiled of Lodi weddings between the years 1875 … Continue reading

Historic Lodi Photographs


In 1990 the Bank of Stockton acquired the photo collection of photographer Leonard Covello with the purpose of preserving local history. The Covello Collection dates back to the 1850’s and consists of more than 21,000 historical photos from the Central Valley, the Mother Lode and surrounding communities.  With cooperation from the Bank of Stockton’s archivist, … Continue reading

Every 15 Minutes – 2007


HISTORY: The collision scene at Lodi High on Thursday, March 29th, 2007 was staged as part of “Every 15 Minutes”, a nationwide program aimed at warning teens of the dangers of drunken driving. The program was put on by the members of the California Highway Patrol, Lodi Police Department, Lodi Fire Department, San Joaquin Sheriff’s … Continue reading

Wall Dogs Mural Project


HISTORY: On May 26th – 29th, 2006, 100 artists from around the United States painted nine wall murals in downtown Lodi. The Wall Dogs Mural Project was designed to promote Lodi and its surrounding agricultural community. The finished murals capture the rich heritage of Lodi as a charming small town destination and a leader in … Continue reading

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