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By Rob Coman Special to the Express On Tuesday, July 13, Historical Society of Winters founders Joann Larkey and Evelyne Rominger visited the Lost Japanese Community exhibit at the Winters Museum. It was nice to see both these wonderful historians come to visit the museum that they helped create. After visiting the museum, they had lunch at the Putah Creek Cafe and caught up on recent events. The Rominger family has lived in Winters for five generations. Larkey is known as the foremost historian of Winters History and author of “Winters: A Heritage of Horticulture, a Harmony of Purpose.”

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Historical Society of Winters founders Joann Larkey (LEFT) and Evelyne Rominger (RIGHT) visited the Japanese exhibit at the Winters Museum on July 13.
Photo by Woody Fridae/Courtesy photo
Joann Larkey (FRONT) point to details of a photo from the Lost Japanese Community exhibit at the Winters Museum.
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