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This guide was created by the Studio for Southern California History for Sweet N Sour at the California Citrus State Historic Park. Thank you goes to many for teaching us about this history and providing towards this guide.

First and foremost, sincere thanks goes to Cathy Gudis for including the Studio for Southern California History in Sweet N Sour and for teaching us so much in the process. Thanks go to friends new and old: Debbie George, Kristin Hargrove, Deanna Matsumoto, and Frances Vasquez who helped in countless ways.

Artists & Community Partners who participated and informed the content of this guide include Kate Alexandrite, Conjunto Tenocelomeh, Juan Delgado, Thomas McGovern, Arnold Martin, Son Jarocho and many others; 1900 in Black; the AK Smiley Library, Special Collections; the Blue Banner Packing House; California Citrus State Historic Park and staff; the Corona Public Library, Special Collections; Dora Nelson African American Art & History Museum; Japanese American Citizens League; Malki Museum; Riverside Public Libraries; Save Our Chinatown Committee; Sherman Indian Museum; Tesoros de Casa Blanca; and the UC Riverside Public History Program, whose graduate students contributed to this guide in substantive ways: Mayela Caro, Marissa Friedman, Kate Gordon, Sarah Junod, Steven Moreno-Terrill, Samantha Reid AviƱa, Amy Scott-Williams, William Madrigal Jr, Audrey Maier, Lelian Maldonado, and Amanda Wixon. Thank you!

 
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