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We need your help!

We are doing research, collecting images, and conducting interviews to preserve community history. If you or someone you know has stories to share or photographs, scrapbooks, maps, and other visual materials we can digitize for use in this project, please contact us at RHCitrusPark@gmail.com. We’re interested in documenting migrations and immigration to Inland Southern California, the citrus past and present, and ideas about what’s next for the Inland Empire in regards to food, water, and agriculture. Send us recipes too, whether they’re dated or timeless!

How to Reach Us

Email: RHCitrusPark@gmail.com

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Relevancy and History at the California Citrus State Historic Park

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Visit the Park

Open Daily, April – September

8am – 5pm Monday – Friday

8am – 7pm Saturday-Sunday

9400 Dufferin Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504

Visit Our Community Partners

UCR Public History Program

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1900 in Black

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Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation

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CalState Fullerton

CalState San Bernardino

Dora Nelson African American Art & History Museum, Perris

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Loma Linda Area Parks and Historical Society

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Malki Museum

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Riverside African American Historical Society

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Riverside Art Museum

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Riverside Chapter of Japanese American Citizens League

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Riverside County Mexican American Historical Society

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Riverside Museum Associates Multicultural Council

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Save Our Chinatown Committee

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Sherman Indian Museum

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Spanish Town Foundation

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Studio for Southern California History

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Tesoros de Casa Blanca

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Young Oak Kim Center, University of California, Riverside

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