Yolo County Archives

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At the Yolo County Archives we take pride in the work we do to help preserve the documents from our county that date back all the way to 1850!

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Sweepstakes winning float for the Winters Youth day. Photograph is Main and 1st street facing east. Stores visible are Greenwoods Department Store, Taylor's Hardware, and Kelvinatop Appliances.

Winters High School gymnasium with group of female students posing on the front steps. The same photograph as Coman98.

Photograph of 19th century farm scene. In the background are various barns and sheds. At the front left there is a man with plow & 2 horses. In the center there is a horse and buggy. At the right there are two horses pulling wagon with wooden…

Two bartenders and four patrons posing alongside the bar in a saloon. There are several pictures running across the back of the bar along with two spittoons on the floor.

Mud Hen School House On property of River Farms Co.

Hesperian College founded in 1861 in Woodland was located where Douglas Middle School is now.

Early 1900s steam tractor and grain separator run by W. C. Curtis threshing outfit about 1905. Curtis with hand on wheel of sack cart. 25 ft. cut, 48 in. separator.

Men and horse-drawn wagons unloading sacks of meal.

Page from the Great Western Magazine showing a State Highway, grapes being picked, harvesting of hops, dairy cows, vineyard, and an alfalfa field in Yolo County.

Men and women posed in packing shed around boxes in LaRue Ranch, Davis.
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