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Description
The Romolo Winery was a winery that operated from 1934 until 1972 in Cucamonga, California. The collection contains photographs of the Romolo Winery and the Romolo family home; Romolo Winery labels; photocopies of records, including an alcoholic beverage license; and winery ephemera, including a business receipt.
Background
The Romolo Winery was a family-operated winery that opened in 1934 in Cucamonga, a Southern California community that was later incorporated into Rancho Cucamonga. The winery was owned by an Italian immigrant named Giuseppe (Joe) Romolo and his son, Louis. Henrietta Romolo, Louis' wife, was also a partner in the winery.
Extent
0.21 Linear Feet(1 box)
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