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Title
SAGU (Sebastopol Apple Growers United) exhibit created by Don and Gloria Roberts in 1975 for the Apple Blossom Parade on display at the Gravenstein Apple Fair at the Enmanji Temple
Date Created and/or Issued
1975
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Photo--color: SAGU (Sebastopol Apple Growers United) exhibit created by Don and Gloria Roberts in 1975 for the Apple Blossom Parade, shown here at the Enmanji Temple. The display is of Johnny Apple Seed with the body of pepper wood and oak. The face was created by using a chain saw. Johnny AppleSeed is holding a Bible, a bag of apple seeds and is wearing a tin pot for a hat. The roof of the Enmanji Temple can be seen at the far right and the multipurpose building at the left. Sonoma county Farm Trails revived the Apple Fair in 1973 at the Enmanji Temple and then moved it to Ragle Ranch Park in 1977.
Type
Image
Format
Still image
Identifier
dc8d8f2d-b906-45da-ade0-d6f879eedec2
https://digital.sonomalibrary.org/documents/detail/253299
https://images.quartexcollections.com/sonomalibrary/thumbnails/preview/dc8d8f2d-b906-45da-ade0-d6f879eedec2
cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll11/id/6089

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