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Re: TOKAY COLONY near Lodi
Posted by: Adine Wakefield (ID *****0420) Date: September 12, 2002 at 10:45:37
In Reply to: TOKAY COLONY near Lodi by Anne of 653

Dear Anne,

I was at Lodi Library the other day and asked the Reference Desk librarian about your TOKAY COLONY. She said she never heard of such a place. I also looked in all the old history books of the area and could not find any TOKAY COLONY.

BUT..bless my husband who went to Lodi High School about 45 years ago...he said: "Yes, I remember kids going to Lodi High School from TOKAY COLONY."..and he told me where it was.

TOKAY COLONY probably was an "area"...located on Tokay Colony Road which is southeast of Lodi, CA....going west and east between Highway 88 and Jack Tone Road. You can find it on Internet's Yahoo map...I'm pretty sure.

It's very small in area. There was a Tokay Colony School built 1909 on E. Live Oak Road (just a little south of Tokay Colony Rd.)..rebuilt since...under jurisdiction of Lodi Unified School District.

Wish I could help you more. I think some "old timers" might be able to help you. Perhaps some of "them" will read this message and "chip in" with more info.


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