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Interior of an unidentified apple packinghouse, about 1920
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Sonoma County Library
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--Black and white, mounted: Interior of an unidentified apple packinghouse circa 1920. Rows of mostly women attend assembly lines filling boxes with Gravenstein apples. Two men in the foreground appear to be assemblying boxes and/or attaching the lids to the filled boxes. Both hold hammers. "Jackie Boy" brand and "Everyday" brand boxes are seen in foreground.
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