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1910 Gravenstein Apple Show display of train engine made of apples by James Morse and Frank Huntley, Sebastopol
Clench, Charles E., approximately 1850-
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Sonoma County Library
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo -black and white photo, studio matted: 1910 Gravenstein Apple Show display of Train Engine made of apples. The number "22" on the front of the engine. On the side of the conductor's cabin is sign "NWP"(Northwestern Pacific Railroad). Sign below that : " Exhibit by James Morse and Frank Huntley Sebastopol " . Handwritten on top right corner "1910." Written on back: "1910 Sebastopol California Horticultural Exposition. A huge frame was built an exact duplicate of a railway engine. It was 26 feel long and nearly ten feet from the apple tract to the top of the smoke stack. It was awarded the highest premium at the horticultural Exhibition. The first Sebastopol Apple Show held in a tent across from the Petaluma & Santa Rosa Depot in August, 1910 and promoted local fruit in various creative ways.
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