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Title  [California Raisin Clusters]
Publisher  San Francisco, Calif. : California Publishers Co-operative Association
Date  1915
Description  1 photograph ; 10 x 7 in.
Subject(s)  J. K. Armsby (3), Sunkist (2), Raisins--California (2), California (254)

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Summary  Raisin clusters as they were sold from the fields before being cleaned of stems, pedicels, and seeds. When this picture appeared in the first issue of California's Magazine for July, 1915, the United States had already began its love affair with the shriveled energizers and the "Sun Maid" girl was helping win hearts wherever her smiling image appeared. The machinery that enabled growers to remove all but the fruit from the small clusters was invented in California.
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Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Copyright  Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
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SPE 979.4 C1532 1915 CAL
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SPE 979.4 C1532 1915 CAL - preceding p. 425

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