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Machinery used to extract saccharine juice from beets, California
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California Historical Society
California Agriculture: Food processing
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Written in pen on back: "16370 N.A. 3890 Diffusion Battery where the saccharine juice is first extracted from the Beets by steam, California."
Stamped on back: "This photograph is our file copy do not mutilate it. Please return as soon as possible Philadelphia Commercial Museum." Written in pencil on back: "786."
Machinery used to extract saccharine juice from beets, California , General Subjects Photography Collection, PC-GS-Agriculture-Food Processing #2, California Historical Society, PC-GS_00268
local: PC-GS_00268
Food industry and trade
Food processing plants
Beet sugar indstury
Food processing machinery
General Subjects Photography Collection--PC-GS-Agriculture-Food Processing #2--

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