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Dubroff: Jedlicka’s Saddlery store riding off into the sunset

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Henry Dubroff When Jedlicka’s Saddlery opened in Santa Barbara in 1932, De La Vina Street was Hollister Avenue and the store was located on a bustling thoroughfare that was also Highway 101. Cattle grazing was big, the Vaquero culture was alive and there was plenty of demand from cowboys for halters, saddles, hats, dusters, boots…

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