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Lodi loses Lincoln Highway to Woodbridge in 1914

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The Dry Creek Bridge and the Lower Sacramento Road south of Galt were part of the transcontinental Lincoln Highway from 1913 to 1927. The 3,384-mile long highway started in New York City, crossed the country and went through Galt, Lodi and Stockton and ended in San Francisco. (Ralph Lea/Courtesy photograph)

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Before 1913, the friendly rivalry between Lodi and Woodbridge was limited to spirited baseball games. But that year the competition between the neighboring communities became more serious business.

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The Dry Creek Bridge and the Lower Sacramento Road south of Galt were part of the transcontinental Lincoln Highway from 1913 to 1927. The 3,384-mile long highway started in New York City, crossed the country and went through Galt, Lodi and Stockton and ended in San Francisco. (Ralph Lea/Courtesy photograph)

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