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The film depicts the stages of growth in the life of cotton from the planting of seeds to harvesting and transporting. The cotton was harvested for the J.G. Boswell Company in Corcoran, California. The film was taken between the late 1930s and early 1940s. Also includes footage of work done on the Goldberg levees and a J.G. Boswell float in a parade.
Unknown Color Silent Film: 16mm
00:16:31 1 Reel of 1
Cotton industry--California--Kings County
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