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Don Hubbard Sr. owned Don Hubbard Contracting, a San Marcos-based business. Don supported the YMCA, along with Paul Ecke Jr.

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Don Hubbard Sr. owned Don Hubbard Contracting, a San Marcos-based business. Don supported the YMCA along with Paul Ecke Jr..

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Homemade rat cover on top of tractor

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Rolling bench system for poinsettia cuttings.

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Paul Ecke III outside of Barn 2 with one of the first Duroc pigs in San Diego County, "J. Peter", named after the family friend and dentist, J. Peter Fitzpatrick.

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As of 2018, the San Onefre Ranch is a part of Camp Pendleton. The Ecke Ranch grew poinsettias outdoors in the fields (top right and center of the image). 

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Picture taken at the Encinitas Train Station, in downtown Encinitas. Second from left: Charlie McCarver. Behind him: Ernie Ruth.

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Prior to the 1960's, Poinsettia sales consisted primarily of cut flowers.

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Ricardo Campos (right), general manager, Paul Ecke de Guatemala, in front of the vacuum cooler used to cool cuttings after harvest.
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