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Anaheim, California Saloon

 

Thought to be the Rust Winery in Anaheim, California

 

 

Interior of saloon, what is thought to have been the Rust winery. Owned by Conrad O. Rust, the winery was located on Citron Street, between North and Sycamore Streets. The son of a German immigrant, he was in the area where his father had planted a vineyard in 1861. Following in his father's footsteps, Conrad O. Rust continued cultivating the vineyard and was said to have made much of the best wine and brandy for which Orange County was noted.

 

The saloon displays wine barrels on the right with bottles and jugs lining the walls. Not a typical saloon, there doesn't appear to be a long bar, rather just tables and chairs where customer might enjoy the fruits of Rust's labors. The room is adorned with posters, pictures, a calendar, and a flag. Lighting is provided by lamps hanging from the ceiling.

 

Photo courtesy Online Archive of California

 

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