Burned Tustin store is steeped in his...

Burned Tustin store is steeped in history

There are 1 comment on the The Tustin News story from Dec 21, 2011, titled Burned Tustin store is steeped in history. In it, The Tustin News reports that:

Tustin residents have grieved for lost landmarks over the years, most recently the First National Bank of Tustin building and the Utt Grape Juice facility, all due to decisions made by those with the power to declare a building unsafe or past its usefulness.

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Vintage Lady Store Fan

Santa Ana, CA

#1 Dec 28, 2011
I loved this store. The owner of the store is such a nice lady. We also loved to visit with her cat that lived in the back. We will truly miss this store and hope that it can be restored into The Vintage Lady again.

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