In 1923, Lodi was a progressive city of 8,000 with a bustling business core, modern schools, dynamic fruit shipping industry and miles of valuable vineyards encircling it. Yet, Lodi was so overlooked that it was mismarked on maps.
Ninety years ago, the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce was born, and it put Lodi on the map – literally.
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