A collection of the records from 1893
to 1947 for the San Antonio Fruit Exchange, Pomona, California.
The San Antonio Fruit Exchange was founded in 1893 in Pomona, California, as a cooperative
group of local citrus growers and distributors. The exchange contained an assortment of
southern California growers whose fruit was sold at standardized prices to both local and
national entities. The group also participated in the larger collective fruit agencies of
the period such as the California Fruit Growers Exchange and the Southern California Fruit
Exchange. On its own, and as part of the larger fruit agencies, the group sought to combine
high quality fruit at controlled prices throughout the United States and eventually into
parts of Europe.
2.5 Linear Feet
(2 boxes, 7 volumes)
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