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TitleBanning Canning Company Plant
Date Createdcirca 1920s
DescriptionExterior photograph of the Banning Canning Company plant located on Fourth Street between the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks and Livingston Street in Banning, California. Photograph shows truck and wagon being loaded with boxes of fruit.
Physical Description1 sepia tone photograph; 10.75 x 16.51 cm.
InstitutionBanning Library District
Collection Guide
Project NoteLHDRP
Country of CreationUS
Copyright StatusCopyright status unknown
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Subject (Name)Banning Canning Company
Subject (Place)Banning (Calif.)
Subject (Topic)Agriculture-California-Banning
Item/Call Number86-02-04-04
ContributorCoombs, Mrs. R. H.
TranscriptionWest end of the Banning Canning Company plant where fresh fruit was weighed in and wagons were loaded with empty boxes to return to the ranches. Its first run of apricots was 320 tons June 20, 1913.
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