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Title
John W. Hull, rancher near Santa Ana, California, with lemons
Creator
International Newsreel
Date Created and/or Issued
1927 March 28
Publication Information
Los Angeles (Calif.): International Newsreel Photo
Contributing Institution
California Historical Society
Collection
California Agriculture: Crops
Rights Information
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Description
Title supplied by cataloger.
Typed note on back reads: "Watch your credit International Newreel Photo 9986-----A-----Los Angeles Bureau. (Slug) John W. Hull. Los Angeles---When 12 lemons weight 8 pounds, no wonder John W. Hull, rancher near Santa Ana, California, boasts. He picked 1390 pounds of lemons from one tree, said to be a world's record for tree-ripe fruit from one tree. Plenty of lemonade there. 3/28/27 VJ"
Stamped on back: "This photo is supplied by International Newsreel. 400 Examiner Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. Syndicating prohitbited. Not to be used for advertising purposes without written permissions." Written in pencil on back: "FS-121"
Type
image
Format
Photographs
Photographic prints
Identifier
PC-GS_00095
Subject
Agriculture
Lemons
Fruit growers
Place
Orange County (Calif.)
Relation
General Subjects Photography Collection, PC-GS-Agriculture-Crops-Lemons, California Historical Society

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