December a century ago was a prosperous time in Lodi. The Bank of Lodi opened its new building in Downtown. Growers were elated with a successful grape harvest and were spending money on new automobiles. But grammar schools were seriously overcrowded, and city streets were in bad shape, with no paving and no drainage during rains.
Though the community rejoiced in its good fortune, Lodi was having growing pains.
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