Woodland Memories

The Early Years

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The Daily Democrat is proud to announce a beautiful, hardcover historic retrospective of the greater Woodland area.

This collector’s book features the memories of Woodland and surrounding area from the late 1800s through 1939 in historic and vintage photographs. We are excited to be working with the Yolo County Archives and the Daily Democrat readers to bring this heirloom-quality coffee-table book to the community. This hardcover book truly captures the rich heritage of Woodland.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
William S.

Very enjoyable book. Got here quickly!

Linda D.
Woodland Memories and pictures

Woodland Memories book is fantastic. My family came to Woodland nearly 150 years ago, so I definitely have an appreciation for the many articles and pictures it contains. Since I'm going on 73 years young, I remember some of the old buildings here and also appreciate the coverage of other towns in our county.--Linda Hotchkiss Dela Torres

Theresa E.
Woodland Memories: The Early Years

I loved the pictures from long ago. Living in Woodland for years, would have like to have seen more names to the pictures. And the outcome of the Sugar Queen Contest, 1937, was Lillian Wetzel. Sister to John and Vern Wetzel of Woodland. My sister, Mary Eve, won in 1962.

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