Stockton History Post WWII


 

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During the 1960ís, Main Street was made into a one-way street in an effort to improve the flow of traffic downtown. The west end of Main Street closed with the building of the fountain on Hunter Square Plaza. The substantial residential and commercial growth north of the Calaveras River contributed to the decline of Main Street and downtown.

Main & Sutter - Sierra Lunch & Moss Store - 1949
434 East Main at Sutter - Sierra Lunch & Moss Store - 1949

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