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Title
Rows of crinum lillies (relative of Amaryllis family) with three men working at Gold Ridge Experiment Farm in Sebastopol, about 1927
Date Created and/or Issued
1927
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Photo--black and white: Rows of crinum lillies (relative of Amaryllis family) with three men working at Gold Ridge Experiment Farm in Sebastopol. Circa 1927. Looking southwest, orchard in distance and first Burbank cottage in the tallest trees.
Type
Image
Format
Still image
Identifier
ec66e369-8b30-4e8e-b891-0e0c45edf990
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