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L. Wines Richfield Station
Lebec, California

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Matchbook cover: L. Wines Richfield Station in Lebec, n.d.

Richfield used boron as a gasoline additive. It coats the inside of the engine's combustion chamber and fuel intake system with an ultra-thin, low-friction layer that inhibits the buildup of gunk, thus prolonging engine life and boosting fuel economy. It's the same concept as Chevron with Techroline, or Techron, which is a proprietary synthetic polymer detergent.


LW3073: 9600 dpi jpeg from original matchbook cover purchased 2017 by Leon Worden.
TEJON CATEGORIES:
• Fort Tejon
• Rancho Castec
• Tejon Ranch
• Tejon Indians
• Tejon Indian Tribe
• Tejon Ranch Development (21st Century)

RANCHO CASTEC

• Johnson: The Trail to Kashtiq


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Map ~1842

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Beale Map 1862

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News Item 11-22-1915

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Real Castaic Lake 1919x2

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Real Castaic Lake 1920s

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Snowman 1922

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Legend of Indian Massacre, News Report 1927

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Real Castaic Lake 1930s

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Real Castac Lake ~1930s

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Snowfall 10/1949 x2

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Wines Richfield

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