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Typewritten description of Harve Brillhart's apricot orchard in the San Joaquin Valley, 1927
Bartlett, Adelbert, 1887-1966 (photographer)
University of California, Los Angeles. -- Library. -- Dept. of Special Collections (repository)
Brillhart, Harve (subject)
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UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Bartlett (Adelbert) Papers
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Text from nitrate negative sleeve: San Joaquin Valley, orchard near Merced, 1927. Apricot orchard. Uncle Harve Brillhart with whom Adelbert lived 1897 to 1906 in Idaho (near Renduck, Idaho).
California, San Joaquin Valley, fruit farm. Typical 3-yr-old bearing orchard, with farm house and windmill, in the Patterson, San Joaquin Valley, region, of central California. This is [where] many of the apricots finally purchased in cans by city people come from. Negative also of "Uncle Harve" Brillhart, the owner of this place, with his pet tomcat, "Puss," who keeps fat on gophers which infest the edge of the near-by barley field.
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
1 p.
Apricot trees
Orchards -- California -- San Joaquin Valley
Adelbert Bartlett Papers. Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA

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