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Corona's circular boulevard gave rise to its nickname, "The Circle City." The community hosted three world-class road races on its roadway-racetrack, Grand Boulevard, and became known as the "Lemon Capital of the World" with more than 11,000 acres of citrus crops. Then & Now: Corona shows the city's amazing transformation from a rural, agricultural enclave to a cosmopolitan, suburban community.
About the Author
Mary Bryner Winn, previous author of Images of America: Corona and Postcard History Series: Corona, sought out additional public and private photograph sources for this edition.