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Vintage Lodi Lodi’s women were first in state to vote

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Posted: Saturday, October 15, 2011 12:00 am

The fight for women to have the right to vote was a hot topic in Lodi a century ago in 1911.

In the late summer of 1911, people were talking about farmers getting $11 a ton for Zinfandel grapes. The first talking motion picture was shown at Tokay Theater on July 30. And citizens were discussing the need to build a new high school.

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