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Jacque Casillas Mayor. Wes Speake Vice Mayor. Tony Daddario Council Member.

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Tom Richins Council Member. Jim Steiner Council Member. Chad Willardson City Treasurer. During this period R. Taylor contracted with well known civil engineer H. Kellogg to create the boulevard and streets that would later distinguish South Riverside from any other city in California.

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Kellogg took Taylor's vision of a "grand" circular boulevard and deed a series of grid-like streets enclosed by the boulevard. With the de of the town approved by the Company the founders set out to name each street.

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Taylor's daughter, the streets of South Riverside were named in one evening in the Pasadena office of A. As Ocie played with her dolls her father and his partners nominated, debated and finally agreed on the names for all the original streets. A thriving and profitable citrus industry soon emerged with grapefruit, orange, and lemon fruits providing the backbone of the local economy. The Corona of the past was a small rural community known as South Riverside.

On July 13,the citizens of South Riverside voted to incorporate the town into the newly developed Riverside County. When citizens incorporated the new city, they sought to carve their own identity by changing the name to Corona. The citizens of Corona were mostly of English and Irish descent, but Mexicans and Italians soon came seeking work in the citrus fields. Early s reflect a segregated society in which Hispanics, Italians and the two or three black families in town were forced to live in deated areas and their children had to attend the same minority school regardless of their address.

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Social and political change was slow to come in Corona. Prior to December 27,Hispanics were restricted to using the pool on Mondays, when the pool was drained and cleaned. After the death of Joe Dominguez, a former student of Ms. Whitcomb's, she destroyed the "For the White Race Only" and opened to pool to the entire community.

Not welcome in the white veteran's group, Hispanic soldiers coming home from World War II had to form their own. By the sixties, the first Chinese and Japanese families came to town; in earlier years Asians were not allowed to own or even rent property in Corona. Between and segregation within the Corona Unified School District ended.

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Thus, the seeds of Corona's dynamically diverse community had been planted, even though the overall population continued to grow slowly. The encroachment of suburban Corona, shifting of the agricultural industry to Central California and out-dated facilities and equipment lead Sunkist to close the plant in All of these people brought new diversity to the city.

Since then, Corona's overall population growth has slowed to A map showing the history of street names in Corona. Zoom in and click on any street marked by a colored line. Home I Want To Apply For Jump to sub Pre-Contact: 10, years ago - The history of Corona pre-dates the founding of the town in The introduction of new diseases and the base treatment of the indigenous population at the hands of the padres resulted in a sharp population decline among the California Indians between and In Robert B.

Taylor, Adolph Rimpau, George L. Joy, A. Garretson, and Samuel Merrill purchased 12, acres of land from the Yorba family in what was then southwestern San Bernardino County. The company quickly made arrangements to establish a railroad depot, irrigation systems were created to bring water to the arid land and it introduced the building blocks of the citrus industry to their new town, South Riverside.

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Merriam, The Corona Racing Association scheduled the event for Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and began preparing by permanently paving Grand Boulevard and offering advanced ticket sales. On April 8,the day of the race, Corona experienced record breaking high temperatures.

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The weather wreaked havoc on the cars, vehicles overheated and there were a of tire blowouts during the race. Tragedy struck during Bob Burman's 97th lap, his Peugeot veered off the track and into spectators. A short time later Eddie O'Donnell crossed the finish line in his Duesenberg and took first place. Despite the popularity of the events, they were not financially successful, and after the death of three men in 's Road Race, the future of Corona Road Races on Grand Boulevard was sealed.

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Citizens had long been complaining about the noise, flying wheels, dangerous speeds and general havoc wrought by outsiders each year. Those complaints, combined with Burman's tragic accident, left the promoters no choice but to cancel plans for any future races. Practically one-fourth of our population is engaged in the caring for our citrus interests. Call, S. Hampton and W. Jameson son-in-law of founder George Joy. Though the soil was fit for citrus and there was funding to establish groves and packing houses, the growers lacked any agricultural experience which initially hindered the fledgling industry.

To solve the problem growers advertised for experienced citrus workers in Italy where there was a long history of successful citrus cultivation. The majority of the agricultural labor force was composed of Mexican and later Mexican-American workers, who worked around the clock to collect, prepare and ship out citrus fruits and their by-products. Lemon production was so successful that the Exchange By-Products Company was developed to research and produce commercial products from lower grade lemons and lemons that did not sell at market.

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The plant could handle 1, tons of lemons per day, employed people, and operated 24 hours a day. The main products produced at the plant were citric acid, sodium citrate, lemon juice, pectin, and lemon oil. In the By-Products plant would change its name to the Exchange Lemon Products Company, indicating the facilities focus on research and products derived from the lemon. In the photo, President Harrison wearing a top hat can be seen standing next to a stack of tin bars.

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H Speer are killed when Burman's Peugeot veers off the track. Chester Husted, stationed in France, sends a letter to his family in Corona. Husted died in battle on October 5, near Blanc Mont, France.

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November 11, World War I ends. The Corona Daily Independent continues to publish typed copies of the newspaper which staff deliver in boats.

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Fire Dept. Speed Kings Hosted by Archive. Lake Norconian Club Foundation. A timeline and brief history of the luxury resort which became a naval hospital during World War II. Sherman Indian Museum. The Museum's website features a brief history, timeline and photograph gallery of Riverside's Sherman Indian High School.

Asian American Riverside From the University of California, Riverside, this site features biographical sketches and historic sites that contribute to our knowledge of Asian American history in Riverside. Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery The cemetery houses more than 27, individuals of local and national ificance.