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Photographs

Box 1

Orange pickers, packing houses, citrus fairs and auctions (Items 1-71)

72 loose prints, various sizes, dating from the 1890s to the 1950s.
Item 1

Orange Pickers in California (1890). Photographer: B. F. Conaway

Item 2

Orange Pickers in California (1895). 1 photo plus copy print. Photographer: F. Hardesty

Item 3

Orange Pickers in California titled: "Have an orange?" [undated].

Item 4

Washing Oranges by hand and drying on racks, Thacker Bros. (1891).

Item 5

Exterior of Thacker Bros. orange packing house (1891).

Item 6

Interior of Orange Packing House Showing Grader and Sizer (1894).

Item 7

Orange grader and sizer (1895). Photographer: F. Hardesty

Item 8

Orange grader (1895). 2 copies.

Item 9

Early house in southern section of county packing "Rooster" brand (approximately 1894).

Item 10

Gold Buckle Association packing house [Approximately 1900].

Item 11

Gold Buckle Association [Approximately 1900].

Item 12

Gold Buckle Association? [Approximately 1900].

Item 13

Gold Buckle Association? [Approximately 1900].

Item 14

Gold Buckle Association? [Approximately 1900].

Item 15

Orange Packers for the Santiago Orange Growers Association (1894). Photographer: F. Hardesty

Item 16

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of dirt lot with cars (1934).

Item 17

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Sunkist warehouse (1934).

Item 18

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of truck and freight train (1934).

Item 19

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of railroad and car (1934).

Item 20

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of orchard (1934).

Item 21

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Rocky Hill building (1934).

Item 22

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Redlands Cooperative Fruit Association and Sunkist building (1934).

Item 23

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of white building (1934).

Item 24

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of building, railroad, and car (1934).

Item 25

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Sunkist warehouse (1934).

Item 26

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of building (1934).

Item 27

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Whittier Citrus Association (1934).

Item 28

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Sunkist building (1934).

Item 29

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of white building (1934).

Item 30

California Citrus Packing House exterior shot of Sunkist building (1934).

Item 31

Citrus packers and equipment, Limoneira Co., Santa Paula, Cal. (1950).

Item 32

Packing equipment, Limoneira Co., Santa Paula, Cal. (1950).

Item 33

Packed boxes of Valencia oranges, Rooster brand, Santiago Orange Growers Association, Orange, Cal. (1952).

Item 34

Packed boxes of Valencia oranges, Santiago Orange Growers Association, Orange, Cal. (1952).

Item 35

Packing house floor, Santiago Orange Growers Association, Orange, Cal. (1952).

Item 36

Tom Galvin with agene equipment (1934).

Item 37

Agene on the job at Lamanda park test car SFRD 25957 (1934, Mar. 6).

Item 38

Santa Fe test train at Amarillo, Texas (1943, Mar.)

Item 39

Agene equipment at La Verne Precooler. (1934, Mar. 3).

Item 40

Car precooling fans at Lamanda Park [Approximately 1934].

Item 41

Bill Waid [Approximately 1934].

Item 42

Train [Approximately 1934].

Item 43

Precooling orange car and 5 men, Azusa Covina Fruit Exchange (1905). Photographer: L. S. Tenny.

Item 44

Slanting nail box machine, Riverside, Cal. [undated].

Item 45

California State Citrus Fair fruit pyramid [Approximately 1891] Photographer: Dewey.

Item 46

California State Citrus Fair Bear Valley Damn (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 47

California State Citrus Fair Horse and carriage (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 48

California State Citrus Fair Bear Valley Damn (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 49

California State Citrus Fair Bear Valley Damn (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 50

California State Citrus Fair State Citrus Fair (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 51

California State Citrus Fair San Gabriel (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 52

California State Citrus Fair Pomona’s exhibit (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 53

California State Citrus Fair Ladies Annex (1891). Photographer: Blanchard.

Item 54

Citrus fair display [Approximately 1891]. Photographer: F. H. Rogers.

Item 55

Unidentified Citrus Fair, "Hemet: The Heart of Ramonaland" display [1920s].

Item 56

Unidentified Citrus Fair, "The First Fruit Vendor, Riverside Chamber of Commerce," display [1920s].

Item 57

Unidentified Citrus Fair, Riverside Chamber of Commerce display [1920s].

Item 58

Unidentified Citrus Fair, Corona awards display, Riverside County [1920s].

Item 59

Unidentified Citrus Fair, view of "Tri Counties: Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino" display [1920s]. Photographer: McCurry.

Item 60

Unidentified Citrus Fair "Tri counties: Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino" display [1920s]. Photographer: McCurry.

Item 61

Unidentified Citrus Fair, Los Angeles County display [Approximately 1920s?].

Item 62

Unidentified Citrus Fair, Anaheim Co-operative Orange Association display [Approximately 1920s?]. Photographer: Frasher's

Item 63

Florida Citrus Fair display (1927). Photographer: Burgert Brothers.

Item 64

Florida Citrus Fair, St. Lucie display (1927). Photographer: Burgert Brothers.

Item 65

New York Citrus fruit auction displays (1900).

Item 66

New York Citrus Fruit Auction representatives (1900) [damaged].

Item 67

New York Citrus Fruit Auction horse wagons with Erie Railroad Chambers Street Freight Station, New York City, in background (1900).

Item 68

Men and horses in Kerckhoff Lemon Grove (1893-1894). Photographer: Stiffler & Gill.

Item 69

Construction of reservoir, Kerckhoff Ranch, Covina, Cal., with home in background (1896). Photographer: W. H. Potter.

Item 70

Lemon men’s field-day, Corona (1914, July 11).

Item 70.1

Lemon men’s club field day meeting group portrait, Tustin (1915).

Item 71

California Fruit Growers Exchange meeting of district managers (1954). Photographer: Jim Lusk (Porterville, Cal.)

Box 2

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association, San Dimas Lemon Association, Covina Citrus Association (Items 72-109)

39 loose prints, various sizes.
Envelope

Macy, Lloyd R. 1 letter to Henry Edward Huntington (1912, Aug. 28).

Item 72

Orange packing employees, including Nellie Bastady and Lydia Bastady, Bastady Bros., Lamanda Park, East Pasadena. (1903)

Item 73

Orange packing employees with Trail Brand boxes, Bastady Bros., Lamanda Park, East Pasadena. (1903).

Item 74

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association lemon washer operation [Approximately 1915].

Item 75

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association packing operation [Approximately 1915].

Item 76

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association color sorting of lemons at washer [Approximately 1950].

Item 77

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association packing lemons in wooden boxes [Approximately 1950].

Item 78

Unidentified man with wooden boxes that say "S.T.O." and A.C. Vickers" [undated].

Item 79

Unidentified man standing next to young, unplanted fruit trees in grove [undated].

Item 80

Man standing next to fabric-covered ground during fumigation in citrus grove [Approximately 1903].

Item 81

Men standing amid tented trees, fumigating orchards (1903, Jan. 4).

Item 82

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association Sombrero Rancho and three men: A.D. Shammel, Frank Webber, and Ralph Richardson [Approximately 1935]. Photographer: Dan P. Watts

Item 83

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association Sombrero Rancho and three men: A.D. Shammel, Frank Webber, and Ralph Richardson [Approximately 1935]. Photographer: Dan P. Watts

Item 84

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association Sombrero Rancho and Ralph Richardson [Approximately 1935]. Photographer: Dan P. Watts

Item 85

San Dimas Lemon Association and San Dimas Citrus Union buildings (1905, Apr. 24).

Item 86

San Dimas Lemon Association building (1909, Oct.).

Item 87

San Dimas Lemon Association office interior with employees Roy Huston, Frank H. Harwood, Clarence Dunbar, and Bob Murray (1909).

Item 88

San Dimas Lemon Association office with Clarence Dunbar and unidentified employees [Approximately 1910-1912].

Item 88.1

Huntington mansion, San Marino, California (1909) copy print from glass plate negative.

Item 89

San Dimas Lemon Association Filipino crew in grove (1908).

Item 90

San Dimas Lemon Association Hindu crew (1918).

Item 91

San Dimas Lemon Association R.H. Jones picking crew foremen (1912).

Item 92

San Dimas Lemon Association hand packing from bins (1904-1905).

Item 93

San Dimas Lemon Association lemon color sorting (1907).

Item 94

San Dimas Lemon Association lemon color sorting (1909).

Item 95

San Dimas Lemon Association packing department (1907, May 8).

Item 96

San Dimas Lemon Association washing lemons (1908).

Item 97

San Dimas Lemon Association grading lemons into trays (1908).

Item 98

San Dimas Lemon Association packing lemons from trays (1908).

Item 99

San Dimas Lemon Association grading in trays (1910).

Item 100

San Dimas Lemon Association lemon storage and packing box making machine (1909).

Item 101

San Dimas Lemon Association washing and sorting (1910-1911).

Item 102

San Dimas Lemon Association grading (1910-1911).

Item 103

San Antonio Fruit Exchange group portrait of directors (1908). Photographer: Schwichtenberg.

Includes penciled identifications of the board members as Ed Robinson, Hervey Nichols, L. C. Meredith, C. C. Warren, David Teague, P. J. Drehr, Fred Smith, W. H. Howell, and Frank Firey.
Item 104

Covina Citrus Association packing crew in grove (1906). Photographer: C. W. Tucker.

Item 105

Covina Citrus Association first packing house exterior and employees (1900).

Item 106

Covina Citrus Association Chapman Ranch packing house employees with Old Mission Brand wooden boxes (1900).

Item 107

Covina Citrus Association Finch-Ratekin packing house interior and packers (1900). Photographer: C. W. Tucker.

Item 108

Covina Citrus Association Chapman Ranch packing house employees with Old Mission Brand wooden boxes (1900). Photographer: C. W. Tucker.

Item 109

Covina Citrus Association grain harvesting machine, Griffith Bros. (1900). Photographer: Bentley.

Box 3

Various citrus associations; various views (Items 110-199)

92 loose prints, various sizes.
Item 110

Placentia orange grower’s crew including Alexander McDermont and Arthur McDermont (1890). Photographer: R. H. Gardiner.

Item 111

Placentia orange grower’s crew (1895).

Item 112

Placentia orange grower’s crew (1893). Photographer: W. S. Horn, Fullerton.

Item 113

Placentia orange grower’s crew (1898). 2 copies.

Item 113a

Placentia orange grower’s crew [between 1893 and 1899].

Item 114

Placentia orange growers (1899).

Item 115

Arlington Heights Fruit Company building, Prenda, Cal. [undated].

Item 116

Arlington Heights Fruit Company building, Prenda, Cal. [undated].

Item 117

Arlington Heights Fruit Company orange and lemon packing house, Prenda, Cal. [undated]. Copy print, 2 copies.

Item 118

Packing employees with Arlington Heights Fruit Company wooden crates, Prenda, Cal. [undated].

Item 118a

Arlington Heights Arlington Fruit Company, Prenda Cal. [undated]. Copy print of negative

Item 119

Frozen water on citrus tree, Riverside. (1913, Jan. 5). Photographer: Geo. Rounthwaite.

Item 120

Frozen water on citrus tree, Riverside. (1913, Jan. 5). Photographer: Geo. Rounthwaite.

Item 121

Frozen water on citrus tree, Riverside. (1913, Jan. 6). Photographer: Geo. Rounthwaite.

Item 122

Citrus grove with frost, Riverside. (1913, Jan. 5). Photographer: Geo. Rounthwaite.

Item 123

Eliza C. Tibbets, "mother" of California’s citrus industry [undated].

Item 124

Redlands grove [undated].

Item 125

Redlands grove [undated].

Item 126

Redlands grove [undated].

Item 127

Redlands view of East Highlands Bench groves, with railroad train at center [Approximately 1900]. Photographer: E. F. Everitt.

Item 128

Redlands grove and mountains [Approximately 1900].

Item 129

Redlands California’s golden treasure chest [Approximately 1900].

Item 130

Redlands groves and mountain [Approximately 1900]. Photographer: Putnam & Valentine.

Photograph marked "Proof."
Item 131

Redlands "Pioneer Day" Sunkist wagon covered in oranges. [Approximately 1900]. Photographer: Wm. Elmer Kingham.

Item 132

Don Stevning and Lloyd Yount (1960, May).

Item 133

Lloyd Yount, manager of the Redlands-Highlands Fruit Exchange [Approximately 1960].

Item 134

A.B. Drake, Redlands-Highlands Fruit Exchange [between 1940 and 1960].

Item 135

Ontario Lemons Little Bros. workers including F. A. Little [Approximately 1895].

Item 136

Ontario Lemons Little Bros. workers [Approximately 1895]. 2 copies. Photographer: Hovey's Studio.

Item 137

Ontario Lemons Little Bros. workers [Approximately 1895].

Item 138

Ontario Lemons Little Bros. workers and grove [Approximately 1895].

Item 139

Ontario Lemons Little Bros. workers [Approximately 1895].

Item 140

Upland/North Ontario orange packing house workers (1897).

Item 141

Upland/North Ontario orange packing house workers (1897).

Item 142

Upland/North Ontario orange packing house workers (1897).

Item 143

Upland/North Ontario orange packing house workers (1897).

Item 144

Upland/North Ontario orange packing house workers (1897). Photographer: E M. Brickey.

Item 145

Upland/North Ontario car pre-icing operations (1908).

Item 146

Portrait of F. A. Little [Approximately 1897]. Photographer: Ray.

Item 147

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange building and workers (1896-1897). 3 copies.

Item 148

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange workers [Approximately 1890s]. 3 copies.

Item 149

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange office [Approximately 1897].

Item 150

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange workers [Approximately 1897].

Item 151

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange building [Approximately 1897].

Item 152

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange Filipino workers [Approximately 1897].

Item 153

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers Exchange Japanese workers [Approximately 1897].

Item 154

Santa Barbara box making machine operation (1950).

Item 155

Santa Barbara machine application of covers (1950).

Item 156

Santa Barbara packing equipment (1950).

Item 157

Santa Barbara unloading lemons from field boxes (1950).

Item 158

Santa Barbara lemon washing equipment (1950).

Item 159

Santa Barbara hand dumping at lemon washer (1950).

Item 160

Santa Barbara washing equipment (1950). Photographer: Clearwater, Santa Paula.

Item 161

Santa Barbara lemons at washer (1950). Photographer: Clearwater, Santa Paula.

Item 162

Santa Barbara washing lemon equipment (1950). Photographer: Clearwater, Santa Paula.

Item 163

Santa Barbara washing equipment and color sorting with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950). Photographer: Wilkes, Santa Barbara County.

Item 164

Santa Barbara color sorting of lemons at washer with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950). Photographer: Ward Wicart.

Item 165

Santa Barbara sorting lemons for color at washers with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950).

Item 166

Santa Barbara sorting lemons for color at washers with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950).

Item 167

Santa Barbara color sorting of lemons with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950). 2 copies.

Item 168

Santa Barbara packing lemons from rotary bins with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950).

Item 169

Santa Barbara packing house floor with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950). Photographer: Wilkes, Santa Barbara County.

Item 170

Santa Barbara lemon packing equipment (1950). Photographer: Clearwater, Santa Paula.

Item 171

Santa Barbara packing Mission Brand lemons (1950).

Item 172

Santa Barbara lemons packers applying tissue wraps to Mission Brand lemons (1950).

Item 173

Santa Barbara packing Exposition Brand lemons (1950). Photographer: Ward Wicart.

Item 174

Santa Barbara applying cover to lemons after packing with Johnston Fruit Company wooden crates (1950). Photographer: Wilkes, Santa Barbara County.

Item 175

Santa Barbara packing Mission Brand lemons (1950).

Item 176

Santa Barbara half-box fiberboard carton and managers of Johnston Fruit Co. (1950).

Item 177

Santa Barbara Johnston Fruit Co. aerial view (1963).

Item 178

La Verne, CA taken from the porch of house (1893).

Item 179

Woman and palm dates [undated]. Photographer: Wilton Photo-Film Service.

Item 180

Women picking oranges [1910s?]. Photographer: Wilton Photo-Film Service.

Item 181

Citrus orchard with snow capped mountain in the background (1940).

Item 182

A. M. Lynes (1896) [copy print].

Item 183

[This number was skipped]

Item 184

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. man picking lemons from tree [Approximately 1950].

Item 185

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemons brought to the packing plant via truck [Approximately 1950].

Item 186

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. rows of lemons stacked in plant [Approximately 1950].

Item 187

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemons being cleaned [Approximately 1950].

Item 188

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemons being cleaned [Approximately 1950].

Item 189

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 190

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 191

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemons in store room [Approximately 1950].

Item 192

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 193

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. coating lemons with wax [Approximately 1950].

Item 194

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 195

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 196

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon sorting [Approximately 1950].

Item 197

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon packing [Approximately 1950].

Item 198

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon packing [Approximately 1950].

Item 199

Santa Barbara, Johnston Fruit Co. lemon shipping [Approximately 1950].

Box 4

Lemon Handling; Various packing houses; Pacific Fruit Express Co.; Santiago Fruit Growers Exchange (Volumes 1-4)

Volume 1

Lemon Handling California. 1908-10

Physical Description: volume 12.5 x 18 cm

Small volume containing pages with text, charts, and tables, often related to blue mold decay, followed by 12 photographs related to lemon production and handling in both Italy and California. Title from cover. With typescript title page: "Field Investigation in Pomology, W.A. Taylor, Pomologist in Charge. Fruit Transportation and Storage Investigations, A. V. Stubenrauch, Expert in Charge ..."
Volume 2

Photograph album of various packing houses. Approximately 1910s?

Physical Description: volume 26 x 31; images various sizes

Unlabeled photograph album containing 14 photographs including interior and exterior views of citrus packing houses, including buildings for Royal Knight Oranges and the Highland Orange Association.
Volume 3

Pacific Fruit Express Company. Pictorial description of standard ice harvesting methods: of ordinary ice handling equipment: of delivery equipment: of platform conditions: and of icing operations at Roseville, California. [Approximately 1920s?]

Physical Description: volume 22 x 33 cm; images 19.5 x 24.5 cm

Album containing 16 photographs of the warehouse, operations, and refrigerated train cars of the Pacific Fruit Express Company. Title transcribed from typescript text on cover.
Volume 4

Photograph Album: Packing House Operations, 1962, Santiago Orange Growers Assn., Orange California. 1962

Physical Description: volume 28 x 22; images 22 x 25 cm

37 photographs of the Santiago Orange Growers Association packing house and operations. Title transcribed from cover.
Box 5

North Whittier Heights, Puente, California; California Fruit Growers Exchange building construction (Volumes 5-6)

Volume 5

North Whittier Heights, Puente, California. 1913, approximately 1960

37 loose images showing the development of the citrus district of North Whittier Heights in Puente, California, around 1913 (Items 1-27), with views of undeveloped land and the opening day festivities (including a barbeque and entertainment for prospective buyers) of tracts for sale on May 17, 1913, to images of its subdivision for residential tracts, known as "Hacienda Northridge," in the early 1960s (Items 29-34). There is also a photograph of Grover T. Russell, sales manager of North Whittier Heights, who compiled the photographs (Item 35), and William Reichling, the Association's president (Item 36).
Envelope

Brief History of North Whittier Heights and North Whittier Heights Citrus Association by Grover T. Russell [6 pages, typescript]. Approximately 1949

Item 1

Tract sale and potential buyers (1913, May 17).

Item 2

Prospective buyers (1913).

Item 3

Prospective buyers (1913).

Item 4

Prospective buyers BBQ lunch (1913).

Item 5

Prospective buyers BBQ lunch (1913).

Item 6

Prospective buyers tent for lecture (1913).

Item 7

Prospective buyer’s rodeo entertainment (1913).

Item 8

Prospective buyer’s rodeo entertainment (1913).

Item 9

North Whittier Heights aerial view [Approximately 1913].

Item 10

View overlooking Happy Valley North Whittier Heights [Approximately 1913].

Item 11

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 12

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 13

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 14

North Whittier Heights developing well water [Approximately 1913].

Item 15

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 16

Place for local picnics [Approximately 1913].

Item 17

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 18

Building the roads [Approximately 1913].

Item 19

Planting the trees [Approximately 1913].

Item 20

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 21

Moving terraces for planting [Approximately 1913].

Item 22

Young planting on terraces [Approximately 1913].

Item 23

Young orchards on slopes [Approximately 1913].

Item 24

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 25

Growing trees in the nursery [Approximately 1913].

Item 26

North Whittier Heights development from citrus groves to sub-divisions [Approximately 1913].

Item 26a

The growing trees become orchards [Approximately 1913].

Item 27

North Whittier Heights from home [Approximately 1913].

Item 28

The lemon orchards fade away, replaced by homes [Undated].

Item 29

Subdivision [view with sign "Tract Entrance"] [Approximately 1960?].

Item 30

Subdivision [view of "Hacienda Northridge" sign in subdivision]. [Approximately 1960?].

Item 31

Ranchos became cities [view of residential street]. [Approximately 1960?].

Item 32

Ranchos became cities [view of residential street]. [Approximately 1960?].

Item 33

[Aerial view of new Sunkist Packing house along dirt roads] [Undated].

Item 34

Sunkist Packing house closed from the lack of fruit [Approximately 1960?].

Item 35

Star salesman: Grover T. Russell [with business card on verso] [Approximately 1910s].

Item 36

President of the association William Reichling [Undated].

Volume 6

Photographs of construction of the California Fruit Growers Exchange Building, 707 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, California. 1934-1935

Physical Description: volume 26 x 34; images chiefly 9 x 6.5 cm and 20 x 25.5 cm

Chiefly snapshots, with larger 8 x 10 inch views, documenting the interiors and exteriors of the California Fruit Growers Exchange Building (Sunkist Building) during construction. The building was located at Fifth Street and Hope Street on Bunker Hill in downtown Los Angeles. in 1934 and 1935. Pages 1-9 have images of an older building on the site prior and during demolishing. Pages 7-9 have photographs by photographer Dick Whittington.
Envelope

Loose prints from album. 10 photos

Includes enlarged duplicate of image on page 56 and nine loose images no longer attached for:
  • Pages 60, 63-64: Exterior of building
  • Pages 65.1-65.5: Model of building with stamp of architect George D. Haight on verso
  • Page 66: Photograph of drawing of building by L. B. Clapp
Envelope

9 duplicate photographs from pages 5 and 6

Envelope

Loose prints from album. 10 photos

Includes some duplicates and larger images that
 

Page 1: A, C-F. S. Hope Street? (1934, May 18); B. 453 S. Hope Street (1934, May 18).

 

Page 2: A. S. Hope Street? (1934, May 22).

 

Page 3: A. S. Hope Street? (1934, May 18).

 

Page 4: A-C. S. Hope Street? (1934, Sep. 20).

 

Page 5: A, C. South building down 2nd story on Hope St. (1934, Oct. 2); B. Style of canopy used by wrecking co. (1934, Oct. 2); D. North building entirely gone. (1934, Oct. 2).

 

Page 6: A. South building down to first story on Hope St. (1934, Oct. 5); B. North building entirely gone (1934, Oct. 5); C. Hope St. Frontage (1934, Oct. 5).

 

Page 7: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange Building (1934, Oct. 31).

 

Page 8: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange Building (1934, Oct. 31).

 

Page 9: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange Building (1934, Oct. 31).

 

Page 10: A-B, D. 3 men in front of building (1934, Nov. 13); C. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 13).

 

Page 11: A-D. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 13).

 

Page 12: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 14).

 

Page 13: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 14).

 

Page 14: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 15).

 

Page 15: A-E. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 23).

 

Page 16: A-C. Demolition of old building (1934, Nov. 28).

 

Page 17: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange (1934, Nov. 30).

 

Page 18: A-D. Demolition of old building (1934, Dec. 6).

 

Page 19: A-B. Demolition of old building (1934, Dec. 27).

 

Page 21: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1934, Dec. 31).

 

Page 22: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Dec. 31).

 

Page 23: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Dec. 31).

 

Page 24: A. Demolition of old building (1934, Dec. 31).

 

Page 25: A-B. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 3).

 

Page 26: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 8).

 

Page 27: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 14).

 

Page 28: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 31).

 

Page 29: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 8).

 

Page 30: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Jan. 14).

 

Page 31: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Feb. 2).

 

Page 32: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Feb. 28).

 

Page 33: A. Demolition of old building (1935, June 1).

 

Page 34: A. Demolition of old building (1935, June 11); B. Demolition of old building (1935, June 1).

 

Page 35: A. Demolition of old building (1935, March 31).

 

Page 36: A-D. Demolition of old building (1935, Apr. 12).

 

Page 37: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1935, Apr. 30).

 

Page 38: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange building demolition (1935, Apr. 30).

 

Page 39: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Apr. 30).

 

Page 40: A. Demolition of old building (1935, May 6).

 

Page 41: A-B. Demolition of old building (1935, May 6).

 

Page 42: A-B. Demolition of old building (1935, May 14).

 

Page 43: A, C. Demolition of old building (1935, May 29); B. Demolition of old building (1935, May 21).

 

Page 44: A. Demolition of old building (1935, June 1).

 

Page 45: A. Demolition of old building (1935, May 15).

 

Page 46: A. Demolition of old building (1935, May 15).

 

Page 47: A. Demolition of old building (1935, June 15).

 

Page 48: A-C. Demolition of old building (1935, June 24).

 

Page 49: A. Demolition of old building (1935, July 1).

 

Page 50: A-B. Demolition of old building (1935, July 9).

 

Page 51: A. Demolition of old building (1935, July 15).

 

Page 52: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Aug. 1).

 

Page 53: A-C. Demolition of old building (1935, Aug. 5).

 

Page 54: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Aug. 15).

 

Page 55. A-D. Demolition of old building (1935, Aug. 22).

 

Page 56: A. Demolition of old building (1935, Sep. 1).

 

Page 57: A-D. Demolition of old building (1935, Sep. 4).

 

Page 58: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1935, Sep. 4).

 

Page 59: A. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1935, Sep. 10).

 

Page 61: A-C. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1935, Sep. 20).

 

Page 62: A-B. California Fruit Growers Exchange building (1935, Sep. 20).

Box 6

Photograph album: F.A. Little Ranch, Riverside, California; various views; studies in pomology (Volume 7)

Volume 7

F.A. Little Ranch, Riverside, California, and various views 1913-1915

Physical Description: volume 29 x 40 cm; images 14.5 x 8.5 cm

Unlabeled photograph album with snapshots chiefly of individual trees planted in a grove. With typescript descriptions of Items 80-271 in accompanying envelope. Date range based on index and dates visible on the backs of some photograph versos.
Item 1

Man with tree [undated].

Item 2

Man with tree [undated].

Item 3

Two men with tree [undated].

Item 4

Two men walking [undated].

Item 5

Tree in field [undated].

Item 6

Tree in field [undated].

Item 7

Tree in field [undated].

Item 8

Tree in field [undated].

Item 9

Tree in field [undated].

Item 10

Tree in field [undated].

Item 11

Tree in field [undated].

Item 12

Tree in field [undated].

Item 13

Trees in field [undated].

Item 14

Block 16 lot 5 Trees in field [undated].

Item 15

Block 32 lot 51 tree in field (1913 Mar. 15).

Item 16

Block 52 trees in field (1913 Mar. 15).

Item 17

Man picking fruit from tree [1913, Mar.].

Item 18

Man picking fruit from tree (1913, Mar. 27).

Item 19

Block C (1913, Mar.).

Item 20

Block 51 lot 3 [1913, Mar.].

Item 21

Block D lemon tree (1913, Mar. 25).

Item 22

Block 17 lot 3 lemon tree [1913, Mar.].

Item 23

Block 17 lot 3 (1913, Mar. 12).

Item 24

Block 56 lot 7[1913, Mar.].

Item 25

Block 45 lot 10 (1913, Mar. 21).

Item 26

Block 45 lot 10 (1913, Mar. 21).

Item 27

Block 17 lot 4 (1913, Mar. 12).

Item 28

Removed

Item 29

Block 55 (1913, Mar. 21).

Item 30

Block 55 (1913, Mar. 21).

Item 31

Block 55 (1913, Feb).

Item 32

Block 35 (1913, Mar. 27).

Item 33

Lot 4 (1913).

Item 34

Warehouse, wagons, and tractors (1913).

Item 35

Aerial shot of warehouse and field (1913).

Item 36

Lot 53 controlled burn (1913, Apr. 1).

Item 37

Block L (1913, Apr.).

Item 38

Block C (1913, Apr.).

Item 39

Block M (1913, Apr.).

Item 40

Block 0 (1913, Apr.).

Item 41

Block 17 Lot 1 (1913, Apr.).

Item 42

Block 17 lot 1 (1913, Apr.).

Item 43

Block 17 lot 1 (1913, Apr.).

Item 44

Block 17 lot 1 (1913, Apr.).

Item 45

Block 17 lot 1 (1913, Mar.).

Item 46

Automobile (1913, May).

Item 47

Block R (1913).

Item 48

Block 9 Lot 1 (1913, Mar.).

Item 49

Block 9 Lot 1 (1913).

Item 50

Citrus trees (1913, Apr.).

Item 51

Block L lot 5 (1913, Apr.).

Item 52

Block L (1913, Apr.).

Item 53

Block L (1913, Apr.).

Item 54

Block M (1913, Apr.).

Item 55

Block 9 Lot 5 (1913).

Item 56

Block 32 Lot 2 (1913, Apr.).

Item 57

Lot 2 (1913, May).

Item 58

Block 18 (1913, Apr.).

Item 59

Block 17 Lot 1 (1913, Apr.).

Item 60

Block 17 Lot 3 (1913).

Item 61

Block 46 Lot 7 (1913, Apr.).

Item 62

Block 35 (1913, Mar. 15).

Item 63

Block 63 Lot 3 (1913, May 10).

Item 64

Block 52 Lot 4 (1913, May).

Item 65

Block 52 Lot 4 (1913, May).

Item 66

Block 52 lot 4 (1913, May).

Item 67

Block 43 Lot 1 (1913, May).

Item 68

Block 43 Lot 1 (1913, May).

Item 69

Block 43 Lot 1 (1913, May).

Item 70

Block 7 Lot 4 (1913, June 25).

Item 71

Block 32 Lot 51 (1913, June 25).

Item 72

Block 32 Lot 52 (1913, June 25).

Item 73

Block 45 Lot 5 (1913, June).

Item 74

Block 45 Lot 5 (1913, June).

Item 75

Covered wagon with horses (1913, June 26).

Item 76

Block D (1913, June 26).

Item 77

Block 46 Lot 7 (1913, June 25).

Item 78

Block 46 Lot 7 (1913, June 25).

Item 79

Block 17 Lot 4 (1913. June 25).

Item 80

Block D (1913, July).

Item 81

Block D (1913, July).

Item 82

Block D (1913, July).

Item 83

Block D (1913, July).

Item 84

Loading a car with supplies (1913).

Item 85

Block 55 (1913, July).

Item 86

Block 55 (1913, July).

Item 87

Growth of trees (1913, July 5).

Item 88

Block 17 Lot 11 (1913, July). 2 copies.

Item 89

Lemon tree one year after being planted (1913, July).

Item 90

Block 54 Lot 1 (1913, July 5).

Item 91

Block 54 Lot 1 (1913, July 5).

Item 92

Block 9 Lot 3 (1913, July).

Item 93

Block 54 Lot 1 (1913, Aug).

Item 94

Block M (1913, July).

Item 95

Block M (1913, July).

Item 96

Block M (1913, Aug. 2).

Item 97

Block R (1913, Aug. 15).

Item 98

Block L Lot 8 (1913, Sep.).

Item 99

Block 55 (1913, July 23).

Item 100

Lemon tree (1913).

Item 101

Block 56 Lot 6 (1913, Aug. 2).

Item 102

Roots from trees (1913, Aug.).

Item 103

Block O (1913, Sep.).

Item 104

Block 9 Lot 5 (1913, July 31).

Item 105

Block 9 Lot 5 (1913, July 31).

Item 106

Block 52 Lot 51 (1913, July).

Item 107

Block M Lot 2 (1913. Aug. 1).

Item 108

Block M (1913, Aug. 1).

Item 109

Block 6 (1913, Aug.).

Item 110

Block C (1913, Aug.).

Item 111

Grapefruit trees (1913, Sep.).

Item 112

Block 49 Lot 1 (1913, Aug.).

Item 113

Block 49 Lot 1 (1913, Aug. 8).

Item 114

Block 52 Lot 3 (1913, July).

Item 115

Block 80 Lot 4 (1913).

Item 116

Block D (1913, Aug. 15).

Item 117

Block 51 Lot 7 (1913, Aug. 9).

Item 118

Block 57 (1913, Aug 8).

Item 119

Men with supplies (1913, July 23).

Item 120

Block (1913, Aug.).

Item 121

Block 9 Lot 5 open field (1913, July 31).

Item 122

Block 9 Arroyo (1913, Aug.).

Item 123

Block 9 (1913, Aug.).

Item 124

Block 9 Arroyo (1913).

Item 125

Block 9 Lot 5 (1913, July 31).

Item 126

Block 9 brush view (1913, Aug.).

Item 127

Tobacco plants (1913, Aug.).

Item 128

Block 9 (1913, July 31).

Item 129

Block 9 (1913, Aug.).

Item 130

Block 9 (1913).

Item 131

Block 9 Lot 6 (1913, Aug.).

Item 132a

Block 9 (1913, Aug.).

Item 132b

Block 9 (1913, Aug.).

Item 133

Block 66 Lot 3 (1913, Oct.).

Item 134

View of deserted farm (1913).

Item 135

Block D (1913, Oct.).

Item 136

Block D (1913, Oct.).

Item 137

Block 16 Lot 4 (1913, Oct.).

Item 138

Lemon tree trunk (1913).

Item 139

Roots of tree (1913).

Item 140

Block M (1913, Sep.).

Item 141

Block M (1913, Sep.).

Item 142

Block M (1913).

Item 143

Block M (1913).

Item 144

Block D (1913).

Item 145

Block D (1913).

Item 146

Crew with plants (1913, Sep.).

Item 147

Sun damage of trees (1913, Oct.).

Item 148

Block 63 Lot 3 shows the size of the buds (1913, Oct.).

Item 149

Block 32 (1913, Oct.).

Item 150

Block C (1913, Sep.).

Item 151

Block C (1913, Sep.).

Item 152

Crew with plants (1913).

Item 153

Fern plants (1913).

Item 154

Orchards [undated].

Item 155

Orchard [undated].

Item 156

Little hut in field [undated].

Item 157

Aerial shot of land [undated].

Item 158

Palm trees and tarp covered object [undated].

Item 159

Tarp covered object [undated].

Item 160

Train [undated].

Item 161

Water tower [undated].

Item 162

Water tower [undated].

Item 163

Water tower [undated].

Item 164

Orchard [undated].

Item 165

Orchard [undated].

Item 166

Orchard [undated].

Item 167

Orchard [undated].

Item 168

Man with orchard [undated].

Item 169

Man with orchard [undated].

Item 170

Orchard [undated].

Item 171

Aerial shot of land [undated].

Item 172

Aerial shot of land [undated].

Item 173

Men working the land [undated].

Item 174

Orchard [undated].

Item 175

Men walking near aqueduct [undated].

Item 176

Tobacco plants [undated].

Item 177

Man laying piping [undated].

Item 178

Tobacco plants [undated].

Item 179

Aqueduct [undated].

Item 180

Wagon carrying water [undated].

Item 181

Wagon carrying water [undated].

Item 182

Wagon carrying water [undated].

Item 183

Items associated with groves [undated].

Item 184

Planting orchards [undated].

Item 185

Deserted field [undated].

Item 186

Removed.

Item 187

Citrus tree [undated].

Item 188

Planted tree [undated].

Item 189

Orchard [undated].

Item 190

Orchard [undated].

Item 191

Orchard [undated].

Item 192

Orchard [undated].

Item 193

Aerial view of land [undated].

Item 194

Orchard [undated].

Item 195

Orchard and dog [undated].

Item 196

Field [undated].

Item 197

Fence around land [undated].

Item 198

Painting strips of wood [undated].

Item 199

Painting strips of wood [undated].

Item 200

Aerial view of land [undated].

Item 201

Aerial view of land [undated].

Item 202

Tobacco plant [undated].

Item 203

Tobacco plants covered with canopies [undated].

Item 204

Tobacco plants covered with canopies [undated].

Item 205

Man standing by truck with trees in the bed [undated].

Item 206

Man holding new plants [undated].

Item 207

Man standing next to new plant [undated].

Item 208

Men working land [undated].

Item 209

Men planting trees [undated].

Item 210

Men planting trees [undated].

Item 211

Gopher line [undated].

Item 212

Gopher line [undated].

Item 213

Planted tree [undated].

Item 214

Roots from tree [undated].

Item 215

Orchard [undated].

Item 216

Watering Orchard [undated].

Item 217

Orchard [undated].

Item 218

Orchard [undated].

Item 219

Orchard [undated].

Item 220

Orchard [undated].

Item 221

Orchard under canopy [undated].

Item 222

Line of cars driving [undated].

Item 223

Men looking at the orchards [undated].

Item 224

People riding in a horse-drawn covered wagon labeled "Ice Cream" [undated].

Item 225

Aerial view of land [undated].

Item 226a

Aerial view of land [undated].

Item 226b

Bridge [undated].

Item 227

Orchard [undated].

Item 228

Barn [undated].

Item 229

Barn full of hay [undated].

Item 230

Barn full of hay [undated].

Item 231

Tree 7183 [undated].

Item 232

Tree 7197 [undated].

Item 233

Planted tree [undated].

Item 234

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 235

Orchard [undated].

Item 236

Aerial view of orchard [undated].

Item 237

Orchard [undated].

Item 238

Orchard [undated].

Item 239

Aerial view of orchard [undated].

Item 240

Aerial view of orchard [undated].

Item 241

Aerial view of orchard [undated].

Item 242

Man walking in orchard [undated].

Item 243

Orchard [undated].

Item 244

Men working the land [undated].

Item 245

Orchard [undated].

Item 246

Close-up of tree [undated].

Item 247

Close-up of tree [undated].

Item 248

Close-up of tree [undated].

Item 249

Tree [undated].

Item 250

Close-up of tree [undated].

Item 251

Date tree? [undated].

Item 252

Date tree? [undated].

Item 253

Dates and plant leaves [undated].

Item 254

Barren tree [undated].

Item 255

Barren tree [undated].

Item 256

Tree [undated].

Item 257

Tree [undated].

Item 258a-b

Panorama view of orchard [undated].

Item 259

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 260

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 261

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 262

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 263

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 264

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 265

Landscape view of orchard [undated].

Item 266

Man leading a horse in a courtyard [undated].

Item 267

Orchard [undated].

Item 268

House covered with snow [undated].

Item 269

Waterway [undated].

Item 270

Road [undated].

Item 271

a. Snow covered mountains [undated].

Item 272

b. Man standing next to tree [undated].

Item 273

Almond tree?

Item 274

Almonds? [undated].

Item 275

Orchard [undated].

Item 276

Orchard [undated].

Item 277

Orchard [undated].

Item 278

Pigs in a field [undated].

Item 279

Road near orchard [undated].

Item 280

Orchard [undated].

Item 281

Orchard [undated].

Item 282

Men working land [undated].

Item 283

Men working land [undated].

Item 284

Corn crop? [undated].

Item 285

Corn crop? [undated].

Item 286

Corn crop [undated].

Item 287

Corn crop [undated].

Item 288

[Removed]

Item 289

Road near orchard [undated].

Item 290

Man working in orchard [undated].

Item 291

Horse drawn carriage [undated].

Item 292

Man working the land [undated].

Item 293

Man driving a truck [undated].

Item 294

Trench near orchard [undated].

Item 295

Workers at groves with bicycles [undated].

Item 296

Workers at groves with bicycles [undated].

Envelope

Loose Duplicate Prints (Items 119, 167-170)

Item 119

F.A. Little Ranch men working with supplies (1913, July 23).

Item 167

F.A. Little Ranch orchard [Approximately 1913, July 23]. 2 copies.

Item 168

F.A. Little Ranch man with orchard [Approximately 1913, July 23]. 2 copies.

Item 169

F.A. Little Ranch man with orchard [Approximately 1913, July 23]. 2 copies.

Item 170

F.A. Little Ranch orchard [Approximately 1913, July 23]. 2 copies.

Envelope

Loose prints and note

Item 1

Our Winter Home [F.A. Little] (1949, Jan. 25).

Item 2

Orange Halves [undated].

Item 3

Notes in pencil on envelope [undated].

Envelope

Typescript descriptions of Items 80-271.

Box 7

F.A. Little Ranch and Assorted Views prints and negatives

Item 1

Flood washing, walnuts?, block 1, pruning, F.A. Little Ranch? (1916). 3 negatives and 2 prints.

Item 2

Examples of pruning-citrus trees, F.A. Little Ranch? (1915). 8 negative and 8 prints.

Item 3

Assorted Views, F.A. Little Ranch, Riverside, CA (1914). 6 prints.

Item 4

View of citrus trees, F.A. Little Ranch? [Approximately 1915]. 5 negative and 4 prints.

Item 5

Block 1Y-Assorted views, F.A. Little Ranch [Approximately 1915]. 5 negatives.

Item 6

Pruning from breakages off Block C and assorted view from the F.A. Little Ranch [Approximately 1915]. 14 negatives and 14 prints.

Item 7

Block 1 fibers?/well trees F.A. Little Ranch (1914). 12 negatives and 12 prints.

Item 8

Freeze of 1913 views of effects (1913). 5 negatives and 5 prints.

Item 9

Block 1Y-wilted trees and other views F.A. Little Ranch [Approximately 1915]. 7 negatives and 7 prints.

Item 10

Various views of the citrus groves [Approximately 1915]. 15 negatives.

Item 11

Flood Negatives (1913, Aug 27-28). 54 negatives.

Item 12

Pruning views- examples of various stages of pruning citrus trees (1913). 11 prints and 12 negatives.

Item 13

Various views refrigerated R.R. car and citrus trees (1913). 6 prints and 6 prints.

Item 14

San Dimas views of groves (1913). 8 prints and 8 negatives.

Item 15

Earthquake: views of damage-unidentified town, Riverside? (1915, July 18). 8 prints and 8 negatives.

Item 16

Lemonera views- Lemon Men’s Club (1913, July). 6 prints and 6 negatives.

Item 17

Empty envelope says pruning off Block C [undated]. 1 envelope.

Oversize folder

Oversize prints: Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association and Covina Citrus Association

 

photOV 10750 Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association Pasadena, CA.-packing house workers [Approximately 1921].

 

photOV 10751 Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association Pasadena, CA.-packing house workers [Approximately 1925].

 

photOV 10752 Covina Citrus Association group photos- annual dinner upstairs in old house [Approximately 1912].

 

photOV 10753 Covina Citrus Association group photos- C.C.A. members in front of office of old house [Approximately 1912].

 

photOV 10754 Covina Citrus Association employees in front of old building [Approximately 1920].

 

photOV 10755 Covina Citrus Association- employees (1920).

 

photOV 10756 Covina Citrus Association- fumigation crew, 5 men (1915).

 

photOV 10757 Covina Citrus Association- fumigation crew, 6 men (1915).

 

photOV 10758 Johnston Fruit Co., workers in Santa Barbara, CA. (1960).

 

Papers, publications, and ephemera

Box 8

Southern California Fruit Exchange Circulars, 1894-1897 [2 bound scrapbooks]

Box 9

Lectures, publications, and bound volumes, 1893-1957

Folder 1

Albert J. Meyer, History of California Fruit Growers Exchange, 1893-1920 Doctoral dissertation, Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, 1950)

Folder 2

C.C. Teague, "The Cooperatives and the Public," Marketing Conference, Stanford University, July 21, 1933. Typescript lecture.

Folder 3

California Fruit Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, Cal. G. Harold Powell, Report of the General Manager to the Board of Directors, August 31, 1914; "Board of Representatives," 1957. Typescript summary of Board of Representatives of Sunkist contractual arrangements as relayed by Mr. Farrand.

Folder 4

Two color-pencil sketches of reliefs, California Fruit Growers Exchange Building, Los Angeles., A.R. Walker and P.A. Eisen, architects. Undated.

Physical Description: 13 x 17 cm
Volume 1

Thomas Crawford, Inc. Stock Record Certificate book, 1918-1919.

Volume 2

First capital stock record of Southern California Fruit Exchange, 1895-1902

Volume 3

California Fruit Growers Exchange, Stock certificate record book, 1905-1912

Volume 4

Rahno Mabel McCurdy, The History of the California Fruit Growers Exchange (Los Angeles, 1925).

Box 10

California Fruit Growers Exchange scrapbook; Paul S. Armstrong, "The Way Sunkist Began"; Thomas Crawford Inc. record book, 1916-1918

Volume 1

Scrapbook of clippings related to California Fruit Growers Exchange, 1905-approximately 1918

Includes folder of papers with statistics related to shipping, taxation etc.
Volume 2

Paul S. Armstrong, "The Way "Sunkist" Began." Typescript text and photographic reproductions. Yucca board covers. Unbound.

Volume 3

Bound record book containing bylaws, minute book, and stockholders reports of Thomas Crawford, Inc., 1916-1918.

Box 11

California Fruit Growers Exchange, 1904-1932. Statistics. Ledger book.

Box 12

Lamanda Orange and Lemon Association; Redlands Orange Growers Association

Volume 1

Lamanda Orange & Lemon Association. By-Laws, 1900-1924 [bound volume].

Note

The name of the association was changed to "The Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association" in 1903.
Volume 2

Lamanda Orange & Lemon Association. Minute Book, 1900-1910 [bound volume].

Volume 3

Redlands Orange Growers Association. By-Laws, 1893-1919 [bound volume].

Volume 4

Redlands Orange Growers Association Directors Meeting Minute book, 1893-1915.

Folder 1

Lamanda Orange & Lemon Association. Articles of Incorporation, 1900. Typescript.

Folder 2

Redlands Orange Growers Association. By-Laws. Published copy.

Folder 3

Redlands Orange Growers Association. Articles of Incorporation, 1934. Typescript.

Folder 4

Redlands Orange Growers Association. Loose items, 1903-1934.

Box 13

Orange County, California. Valencia and Lemon Production Cost Studies, 1926-1953

Three binders with data compiled by the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of California, United States Department of Agriculture.
Volume 1

Orange County. Lemon Production Cost Study, 1926 – 1953 [bound volume].

Volume 2

Orange County. Valencia Production Cost Study, 1926 – 1939 [bound volume].

Volume 3

Orange County. Valencia Production Cost Study, 1940 – 1953 [bound volume].

Box 14

Arlington Heights Fruit Company, Riverside, California

Folder 1

Little, F.A. Reports of Arlington Heights Fruit Company, Land & Sales Departments, 1917-1919

Folder 2

Expense Reports, 1904-1918

Folder 3

Partial Extracts from Superintendent’s Reports, October 1, 1913 – Sept. 30, 2016.

On the subject of Fertilization of Groves.
Folder 4

[Railroad] Cars of Oranges and Lemons, 1902-1909

Folder 5

F.O.B. Accounts of Sales Received, 1904-1912; 1918-1919.

Folder 6

Reports regarding sizes of Naval Oranges, 1903-1909

Folder 7

Sizes and Grades of Lemons required in [national] markets, 1908. Typescript.

Folder 8

Sales Dept. Statement for 1917-1918 shipments. [Draft document].

Folder 9

3rd Quarter Report, April – July, [19--]. [Draft documents]

Box 15

California Citrus Companies and Exchanges

Folder 1

A.C. G. Citrus Association [Azusa-Covina-Glendora Citrus Association], 1894-1895 and undated [24 items]

Includes by-laws; clipping, miscellaneous bulletins and circulars, etc.
Folder 2

Blue Goose Growers, Inc. Typescript of history, 1963 [1 item]

Folder 3

Citrus Fruit Association of Ontario, Calif., 1898-1903 [16 items]

Includes annual reports, by-laws, miscellaneous circulars, etc.
Folder 4

Covina Citrus Association, 1941-1949; Covina Orange Growers Association, undated and 1949; Duarte-Monrovia Fruit Exchange, 1909-1910 [4 items]

Consists of 4 pamphlets: 1941 Covina Citrus Association annual report; Covina Orange Growers Association undated by-laws and "Fifty Years of Achievement From 1899 to 1949"; and 1909-1910 Duarte-Monrovia Fruit Exchange annual report.
Folder 5

The Earl Fruit Company [2 circulars, 1 receipt, and account sales statements], 1893-1894

Folder 6

Glendora Mutual Orange Association. Sixth Annual Report, 1928-1929; Las Fuentes Rancho lemon delivery memorandum [2 items], 1893, 1895.

Folder 7

Lemon Growers’ Exchange, Ontario, Calif., 1894-1921 [12 items]

Includes 1894-5, 1899-1900, and 1920-21 annual reports; printed constitution and by-laws; miscellaneous circulars, clipping, and notes.
Folder 8

North Whittier Heights Citrus Association annual report, 1957 [2 items]

Folder 9

Ontario-Cucamonga Fruit Exchange, 1890-1901 [7 items]

Folder 10

Ontario Fruit Exchange, 1895-1900, 1997 [8 items]

Folder 11

Redlands Orange Growers Association. [1 printed notice, 1902]

Folder 12 (1)

San Antonio Fruit Exchange. Ephemera, 1894-1895 [17 items].

Folder 12 (2)

San Antonio Fruit Exchange. Correspondence, 1894-1895 [28 items].

Folder 13

San Dimas Nurseries receipt, 1903; San Dimas Orange Growers Association Fiftieth Anniversary speech by L. A. Warren, 1950; San Dimas Lemon Association membership cards, 1933; San Dimas Lemon Association Fiftieth Anniversary speech by L. A. Warren 1951.

Folder 14

Santa Barbara Lemon Growers’ Exchange, 1896, 1900 [13 items, includes F.A. Little correspondence].

Folder 15

Tulare County Citrus Fruit Exchange. Newspaper clippings [2 items, 1937, 1959.

Folder 16

Upland Citrus Association, North Ontario, Calif., 1900-1901; 1913 [3 items].

Folder 17

West Ontario Citrus Association. Annual Report, 1900-1901 [1 item].

Folder 18

F. A. Little materials.

Papers, reports, statistics and clippings authored by or related to the career of Frederick Arthur Little, ca. 1908-1926. Includes transcript of interview with F.A. Little recounting his career as a citrus grower and manager.
Folder 19

Cucamonga Citrus Fruit Growers Association. Annual Report, 1898-99 (newspaper clipping) [1 item].

Folder 20

Liberty Groves Operating Corporation, 1920; 1929. "Co-operative Ranching" by T. R. Woodbridge and newspaper clippings [6 items].

Folder 21

Pleasant Valley Lemon Company's, Oxnard, Ventura Co. Prospectus, after 1914.

Folder 22

Riverside Fruit Exchange, 1894 and undated [3 items].

Folder 23

Riverside Orange Co., 1902-1903 [3 items].

Folder 24

San Fernando Fruit Growers Association annual report, 1916 [1 item].

Folder 25

Semi-Tropic Fruit Exchange annual report, 1925-1926 [1 item].

Folder 26

Victoria Avenue Citrus Association, 1903-1904; 1919 [2 items].

Box 16

Pasadena Orange Growers Association; Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Association

Folder 1

Pasadena Orange Growers Assn. Annual Reports, 1918-1927.

Folder 2

Pasadena Orange Growers Assn. Annual Reports, 1927-1936.

Folder 3

Pasadena Orange Growers Assn. Auditors Reports, 1922-1936.

Folder 4

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Assn. Annual Reports, 1911-1921.

Folder 5

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Assn. Annual Reports, 1921-1927; By-Laws, 1928.

Folder 6

Sierra Madre-Lamanda Citrus Assn. Annual Reports, 1929-1930; 1939-1940; 1941-1942; 1944-1945; 1949-1950; 1951-1952.

Box 17

California Fruit Growers Exchange; Southern California Fruit Exchange etc.

Volume 1

Ledger, 1893-1895. [Creator unknown]. Contents: Diary of a Lemon Grove; Debit the Grove, Expenses; Personal Expenses; Horse etc.; Dry Ranch etc; Credit Grove; M.S. Little etc.

Ledger includes daily journal of working a lemon grove and payments made to laborers, with notations for "Chinaman’s" wages; personal expenses such as groceries, entertainment, books, washing etc. Many pages are blank.
Volume 2

Exchange Cipher Code, 1898 [bound volume].

Volume 3

Exchange Cipher Code, 1909 [bound volume].

Volume 4

Exchange Cipher Code, 1919 [bound volume].

Folder 1

Orange Gauge [wooden measuring instrument], 1890s.

Folder 2

Southern California Fruit Exchange. Minutes, Letters, Clippings, 1895-1899

Folder 3

Southern California Fruit Exchange. Trade Circulars, 1895-1901

Folder 4

Oral Histories, ca. 1928. Typescripts. Includes F.A. Little, B.A. Woodford, R.L. Willets, C.C. Teague, Chas. E. Harwood.

Folder 5

T.H. Powell and H.W. Nixon, Correspondence and typescripts. 1932-1946.

Folder 6

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Papers and Lectures

Consists of typescript papers: "Novum Lumen Chirurgicum or, a New Light of Chirurgery" by John Colbatch (typescript of 1699 printed text); "The Migration of Citrus Fruits" by Clark Nattkemper, 1936; "Lemon Harvesting and Preparation for Market" by H. W. Nixon, 1944; and "Household Uses for Lemons," 1936.
Folder 7

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Business Records and Talks, 1908, 1939-1960 [7 items]

Folder 8

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Advertising, History, Marketing, and Labels. Miscellaneous publications, 1907-approximately 1945

Consists of:
  • "Co-operative Marketing of California Citrus Fruits by the California Fruit Growers Exchange and Its Predecessor the Southern California Fruit Exchange" (1907)
  • "A Dollar and Sense Appeal for Dealer Interest" by Don Francisco (Advertising & Selling magazine reprint, June 1916)
  • "Cooperative Advertising" by Don Francisco (ca. 1920)
  • "Labels: Suggestions for the Shipper who is Seeking to Give His Pack a Worthy and Effective Mark of Identification" (1918)
  • "Your Business : The Exchange Working for You" (ca. 1945)
  • "The Citrus Industry and the California Fruit Growers Exchange System" by Nephtune Fogelberg and A. W. McKay (Farm Credit Administration, United States Department of Agriculture, June 1940)
Folder 9

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Marketing Papers, Kansas City Convention, October 1908 [20 items].

Folder 10

Ephemera. 2 placards from packing houses; Circular advertising The Orange Growers’ Protective Union of Southern California, undated.

Box 18

California Citrus Growers and Industry – Miscellaneous Materials

 

Santa Paula Citrus Fruit Association. Scrapbook, approximately 1924-1948.

Includes a set of Christmas cards by Lenz and Bessing of Schmidt Litho Co., San Francisco
Folder 1

Johnston Fruit Co., Santa Barbara. Trademark registrations, 1912-1959 [7 items]

Folder 2

Mutual Orange Distributors. Publications: "How to Pack Oranges-Grapefruit," 1945; The Citrus Parade, 1953-1955; Pure Gold, The Story of M.O. D. 50 Years of Service to California and Arizona Citrus Growers, 1955

Folder 3

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Exchange News Letter, 1950-1952; Sunkist. Sunkist News Letter, 1952-1955.

Folder 4

Sunkist. Miscellaneous publications, ca. 1920s-1988

Consists of:
  • "Sunkist Growers: Tangerines from California-Arizona" (booklet, November 1962)
  • "Dietetic Lesson Number 22: Diets for Acidosis, High Blood Pressure and Anesthesia" (Sunkist Bulletin, ca. 1920s)
  • "Sunkist Pest Control Circular" (March 1954, No. 196)
  • "Fifty Golden Years, 1893-1943"
  • "Citrus Fruit Industry Statistical Bulletin" (Sunkist Growers, Information Systems Department, 1988)
Folder 5

California Citrus Fairs & Exhibitions, 1880-1933.

Consists of: promotional print of display at "Pasadena's 1st Citrus Fruit Fair, March 24, 1880" (Coleman & Dickey) and print of the entrance to the "Redlands Exhibit State Citrus Fair, Los Angeles, March 10th 1891" (supplement to the "Orange Belt," Alessandro, Calif.) ; 5 citrus fair admission tickets, 1886, 1888, and two additional pieces of 1886 fair ephemera; 1886 Southern California Citrus Fair circular; Growers' Institute program, June 9-12, 1931; "National Orange Show San Bernardino California, Feb. 17-27, 1927" (program); "National Orange Show! San Bernardino California" (1933 program).
Folder 6

Citrus and Citriculture. Publications, 1917-1992 and undated

Brochures, pamphlets, and small books on the history of citrus in California and elsewhere:
  • Chapman, C. C. Orange Culture (undated booklet issued by the Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, Cal.)
  • The Story of the Orange (Salt Lake City Route booklet, 1917)
  • La Rue, S. Alice, and W. W. Ayers. The Story of the Washington Navel Orange (booklet, 1923)
  • The Satsuma Orange (booklet, Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, not before 1924)
  • Noro, Kimijiro. Shizuoka-Ken Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 6: Studies on the Bud-Sport in the Satsuma Orange (Secondary Preliminary Report) (Japanese-language pamphlet with line and photographic illustrations by H. Haneda and H. Takehi, July 1929).
  • Fresh Citrus: The golden fruit of the West : California-Arizona Citrus Story (undated booklet)
  • Orange Magic: The Story of California's Golden Fruit for intermediate and upper grades (booklet reprinted from Grade Teacher Magazine, October 1955)
  • California and Arizona Citrus fruits: an epic story (book, The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., 1938)
  • Weber, H. J. "The Lime in California" (pamphlet, reprinted from The California Citrograph, October 1932 and November 1932)
  • Lorenz, A. J. "Dietetic History of the Lemon"(pamphlet, reprinted from The California Citrograph, undated)
  • Moses, Vincent. "Oranges for Health-California for Wealth" : The Billion-Dollar Navel and the California Dream (booklet, Chaffey Communities Cultural Center, Upland, Cal., 1992)
  • Lorenz, A. J. "Centennial of the California Lemon (pamphlet, reprinted from The California Citrograph, January 1956)
  • "Press kit: 100th Anniversary of the Lemon Industry," Sunkist, 1956
  • Punch, 21 November 1962 [front cover of magazine only]
Folder 7

Citrus and Citriculture. Education and vocation, 1924-1940 and undated

Consists of:
  • Booklet for the Extension School in Citriculture, 1924, University of California, College of Agriculture
  • Coit Agricultural Service, Los Angeles (brochure, undated)
  • "The Citrus Industry in California," Los Angeles County School System, Division of Curriculum, 1936
  • "Americans at Work," CBS radio series no. 37, The Citrus Grower, 1940
Folder 8

Citrus and Citriculture. Miscellaneous ephemera [4 items]

Consists of:
  • Advertisement for John F. Jaques, Alhambra, Cal., orange grower, approximately 1900s
  • Orange Cove Fruits, Orange Cove Citrus Association (2 cards)
  • "California-Arizona Grapefruit" low-calorie menu booklet, Sunkist Growers, [1968]
Folder 9

Citrus industry. Miscellaneous typescripts, 1917-1953

Includes a bibliography for "a new grower..." (2 pages, undated) "Satisfaction Insurance in Buying Trees of New Citrus Varieties" (University of California Citrus Experiment Station, January 9, 1945); "Comparison in Production with Three Systems, Del Mar Lemon Pruning Plots (1 page, undated); Prospects of Newer Citrus Varieties, Especially in the Coachella Valley" (1 page, ca. 1944?); "Field Department Circular #40: Washing Citrus Fruits" (July 26, 1917); "Grades and Sizes of Lemons Required in the Following Market" (2 pages, undated); "One-Sheet Answers: Facts You Should Know About the Cost of Citrus Frost Protection" by Robert C. Rock (University of California, 1953).
Folder 10

Citrus industry. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings [14 items], 1894-1963

Folder 11

Citrus industry. Unidentified graphs charting monthly citrus quantities, between 1899-1910, and handwritten notes, 1935-6 and undated [3 pieces].

Folder 12

Lemon Men’s Club. Miscellaneous material, 1955-1967 [8 pieces]

Box 19

California Citrus Publications and Reports

Folder 1

California Citrus Institute. Annual Reports, 1919-1923 [2 volumes].

Folder 2

California Fruit Growers Exchange. Statistical Reports, 1940, 1941, 1947.

Folder 3

Fruit Growers Supply Company. Annual Reports, 1917-1953.

Consists of: report by the manager, August 31, 1917; balance sheet, October 31, 1919; report of the Board of Directors' Committee, April 20, 1921; operating committee report on lumber operations, 1928; report and accounts, December 31, 1928; annual reports of the General Manager for 1932, 1934, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1950, 1951, and 1953.
Folder 4

Exchange Orange Products Company Annual Report, 1938; Exchange Lemon Products Company Annual Reports/Progress Reports, 1950-1958.

Folder 5

Miscellaneous Technical Publications.

Consists of:
  • "Teratology of the Naval Orange" by S. B. Parish (undated)
  • [Circular re: Fresh Fruit Standardization Act with photograph of "passable" orange], California State Commissioner on Horticulture, February 15, 1919
  • "U.S. Standards for Citrus Fruits," United States Department of Agriculture Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1934
  • "Citrus Fruits" by J. R. MacRill et al (reprint from Refrigerating Data Book, 1946)
  • "Effects of Storage and Holding Conditions on Alternaria in Lemons" by H. S. Fawcett et al (reprint from California Citrograph, February 1936)
  • "The Storage of Citrus Fruits" by J. R. MacRill et al (reprint from Refrigerating Engineer, April 1946)
  • "'Air Condition Your Orchard' By the Towt Method: Answers to Questionnaires" (Towt Automatic Frost Protectors, undated)
  • "Frosts and Freezes in their Relation to Agriculture" by Carl Nichols (188-page typescript, ca. 1913?)
Folder 6

Marketing, Finance, Handling, and Auctions. Miscellaneous publications, 1916-1941.

Consists of:
  • "Proposed Marketing Order: Regulating the Handling in Intrastate Commerce of Oranges Grown in the State of California" (California Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Markets, 1941)
  • "License Regulating the Handling in Intrastate Commerce of Oranges and Grapefruit Grown in the State of California, as Amended" (California Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Markets, 1938)
  • "Some Phases of the Citrus By-Product Industry in California" by R. T. Will (Journal of the Industrial and Engineering Chemistry reprint, January 1916)
  • "Terminal Fruit Auctions as Marketing Agencies for Farmers' Cooperatives" by Kelsey B. Gardner (Farm Credit Administration, Bulletin No. 29, November 1938)
  • "Early History of Co-operative Marketing of Citrus Fruit" by P. J. Dreher (California Citrograph reprint, October 1916)
  • "Beginnings of Cooperative Fruit and Vegetable Marketing: A Preliminary Report" (United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Cooperative Marketing, July 1928)
  • "Some Aspects of the Financing of Cooperatives" by E. A. Stokdyk (Berkeley Bank for Cooperatives, ca. 1934)
  • "A Uniform Accounting System for Citrus Associations" (ca. 1934)
  • "Pacific Freight Tariff Bureau: Circular No. 16-A ... Rules and Regulations Governing Loading and Bracing Carload Shipments of Citrus Fruit, Deciduous Fruit, Melons, and Vegetables ..." (November 28, 1927)
  • 1941 Navel Production Costs : Los Angeles County" (Agricultural Extension Service, University of California, United States Department of Agriculture, ca. 1941)
Folder 7

Citrus Irrigation. Miscellaneous publications.

Consists of:
  • "Cost of Pumping for Irrigation" by O. L. Waller (Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, Popular Bulletin No. 104, 1916)
  • "Efficiency in Citrus Irrigation" by Frank M. Eaton (San Diego Land Corporation, ca. 1918?)
  • "Citrus Orchard Irrigation" by M. B. Rounds et al (Agricultural Extension Service in Los Angeles, University of California, U.S. Department of Agriculture, April 1933)
  • Citrus Leaves vol. II, no. 5 (May 1923)
Folder 8

Tariff Schedule. Publications, 1921.

Consists of:
  • "Tariff Schedule G ... Brief of Facts Relating to the Citrus Industry in California Presented to the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives by the California Citrus League" (January 21, 1921)
  • "Tariff Schedule 1 Chemicals, Oils and Paints ... Brief of Facts Relating to the Products of the Lemon Industry Presented to the Finance Committee, United States Senate / Upland Lemon Growers Association ..." (August 15, 1921)
  • "Tariff Schedule 1 Chemicals, Oils and Paints ... Brief of Facts Relating to the By-Products of the Citrus Industry Presented to the Finance Committee, United States Senate by the California Citrus League" (August 1921)
Folder 9

Fumigation, Fertilization, Pests. Miscellaneous publications, 1922-1953

Consists of:
  • "Determining the Fertilizer Needs of Soils by Chemical Analysis" by R. R. Snowden (William S. Myers, Chilean Nitrate Committee; The American Fertilizer reprint, January 28, 1922)
  • "The Cultivation of Citrus Fruits : a Short Treatise with Special Reference to Fertilization" (William S. Myers, Chilean Nitrate Committee, ca. 1918?)
  • "Chaffey Fertilizer Experiment" by Charles J. Booth (Chaffey Junior College Department of Agriculture, Bulletin No. 6, February 1930)
  • "Methyl Bromide Soil Treatment" (Neil A. Maclean Co. Inc., 1953)
  • The Plant World (vol. 13, no. 12, December 1910)
  • "A Dosage Schedule for Citrus Fumigation with Liquid Hydrocyanic Acid" by R. S. Woglum (Journal of Economic Entomology reprint, vol. 12, no. 5, 1919)
  • "Recent Results in the Fumigation of Citrus Trees with Liquid Hydrocyanic Acid" by R. S. Woglum (Journal of Economic Entomology reprint, vol. 12, no. 5, 1919)
  • "Two Fungi as Causal Agents in Cummosis of Lemon Trees in California" by H. S. Fawcett (The Monthly Bulletin, State Commission of Horticulture reprint, vol. II, no. 8)
  • "The Control of Scaly Bark (Psorosis)" (Agricultural Extension Service in Los Angeles, University of California, U.S. Department of Agriculture, undated)
Folder 10

G. Harold Powell. Memorial, 1922 [pamphlet].

Box 20

Technical Publications & Reports

Folder 1

Agricultural Experiment Station, UC, Berkeley. Circulars, 1907-1936.

Consists of circulars nos 32, 100, 129, 146, 171, 210, 266, 273, 283, 289, and 338, and Technical Paper No. 2 (February 1923) of the University of California College of Agriculture Agricultural Experiment Station, Berkeley, California.
Folder 2

Agricultural Experiment Station, UC, Berkeley. Bulletins, 1902-1922.

Consists of bulletins nos. 138, 145, 152, 190, 214, 244, 255, 258, 262, 265, 266, 267, 290, 304, 317, 318, 341, and 345.
Folder 3

Agricultural Experiment Station, UC, Berkeley. Bulletins, 1923-1953.

Consists of bulletins nos. 360, 363, 432, 451, 457, 460, 463, 597, 622, 647, 730, and 731.
Folder 4

Agricultural Experiment Station, UC, Berkeley. Hilgardia, 1932, 1936.

Consists of issues vol. 6, no. 17 (May 1932); vol. 7, no. 1 (June 1932); vol. 10, no. 1 (January 1936); and vol. 10, no. 4 (April 1936).
Folder 5

California Citrus Culture. Miscellaneous publications, 1888-1913.

Consists of:
  • "A Treatise on Citrus Culture in California" by B. M. Lelong (1888)
  • "Propagation. The Rearing of Citrus and Deciduous Trees from Seed. Budding, Grafting, and Appliances" by B. M. Lelong (1892)
  • "Culture of the Citrus in California" by B. M. Lelong (1900)
  • "California Citrus Culture" by A. J. Cook (California State Commission of Horticulture, 1913)
  • "Semi-Tropic California: Citrus Fruit Area of the State" (State Board of Trade Circular No. 3, undated)
Folder 6

California Citrus Culture. Miscellaneous publications, 1913-1934

Consists of:
  • The Monthly Bulletin of the State Commission of Horticulture: vol. II, no. 5 (May 1913) and vol. II, no. 7 (July 1913)
  • "The Doom of Existing California Orchards is Written in a Deplorable Horticultural Error" by R. R. Snowden (Nitrate Bulletin No. 87, Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educational Bureau, [1926])
  • Fifth Annual Report of the California Soil Improvement Committee, 1931
  • "Root-Stocks Influence in Citrus" by H. J. Webber and J. T. Barrett (Royal Horticultural Society, Report and Proceedings of the IXth International Horticultural Congress reprint, 1931)
  • "Influence of Rootstock Strains on Yield and Size of Lemon Trees" by H. J. Webber (Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science reprint, vol. 31, 1934)
  • Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Fruit Growers' Convention of the State of California (November 10-14, 1914)
Folder 7

Arizona Citrus Culture. Miscellaneous publications, 1908-1954.

Consists of University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station, bulletins no. 58 (December 21, 1908) technical bulletins no. 37 (December 15, 1931); technical bulletin no. 60 (February 15, 1936); bulletin no. 221 (May 1949); bulletin no. 230 (July 1950); and bulletin no. 258 (June 1954).
Folder 8

Citrus Culture in New York, Hawaii, Florida. Miscellaneous publications, 1896-1927.

Consists of:
  • New York Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 403 (April 1915)
  • "Citrus Fruits in Hawaii" by J. E. Higgins (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 9, 1905)
  • "The Acid Lime Fruit in Hawaii" by W. T. Pope (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 49, 1922)
  • "Present Status of the New Citrus Aphids" by J. R. Watson (University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, Press Bulletin 360, May 20, 1924)
  • The Quarterly Bulletin of the State Plant Board of Florida (vol. XI, No. 3, April 1927)
  • The Monthly Bulletin of the State Plant Board of Florida (vol. XII, No. 2, August 1927)
  • "The Principal Diseases of Citrus Fruits in Florida" by Walter T. Swingle and Herbert J. Webber (United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Vegetable Physiology and Pathology, Bulletin No. 8, 1896)
Box 21

Technical Publications & Reports

Folder 1

United States Department of Agriculture. Bulletins, 1916-1927.

Consists of bulletins nos. 399, 445, 499, 542, 623, 813, 815, 821, 1237, 1261, 1367, 1368, and 1483.
Folder 2

United States Department of Agriculture. Farmers’ Bulletins, 1906-1937.

Consists of Farmers' Bulletins No. 238, 539, 674, 794, 908, 928, 1011, 1309, 1333, 1321, 1343, 1447, and 1763.
Folder 3

United States Department of Agriculture. Various technical publications, 1915-1936.

Consists of:
  • "The Relation of Washing to Decay in Washington Navel Oranges; Season of 1914-15" by C. W. Mann (circular, 1915)
  • "Mottle-Leaf of Citrus Trees in Relation to Soil Conditions" by Lyman J. Briggs, C. A. Jensen, and J. W. McLane, Journal of Agricultural Research reprint (Vol. VI, No. 19, August 7, 1916)
  • "Australia and New Zealand as Markets for American Fruit," by Samuel B. Moomaw and Caroline B. Sherman (Circular 145, February 1921)
  • "Bud Selection as Related to Quantity Production in the Washington Navel Orange" by A. D. Shamel, et al (Journal of Agricultural Research reprint, November 17, 1923)
  • "Bud Selection in the Washington Navel Orange: Progeny Tests of Limb Variations" by A. D. Shamel, Carl S. Pomeroy, and R. E. Caryl (Technical Bulletin No. 123, October 1929)
  • "New Citrus Hybrids" by Walter T. Swingle, T. Ralph Robinson, and E. M. Savage (Circular no. 181, August 1931)
  • "A New Feature of Bud Variation in Citrus" by Tyozaburo Tanaka (Circular 206, January 1922)
  • "The Citrus Program under the Agricultural Adjustment Administration" by E. W. Braun (March 1934)
  • "The Agricultural Outlook for 1933" (Miscellaneous Publication No. 156, February 1933)
  • "Refrigeration of Oranges in Transit from California" by C. W. Mann and William C. Cooper (Technical Bulletin No. 505, January 1936)
  • "Bud Selection in Eureka and Lisbon Lemons and Progeny Tests of Bud Variations" by A. D. Shamel et al (Technical Bulletin No. 531, November 1936)
Folder 4

Citrus in the Philippines, South Africa. Miscellaneous publications, 1913-1929

Consists of:
  • "Propagation of Citrus Plants by Stem Cutting" by Eduardo A. Mendoza, 1929.
  • "Citrus Fruits in the Philippines" by P. J. Wester, The Philippine Agricultural Review [2 reprints], Vol. VIII, No. 1 (1915)
  • "Citriculture in the Philippines" by P. J. Wester, Bulletin No. 27, 1913
Box 22

Oversized Materials: Scrapbooks and Bound Volumes

Volume 1

Loose scrapbook pages from F.A. Little, 1896-1955 and undated.

Physical Description: pages 35.5 x 28 cm

Scrapbook pages with pasted clippings of articles related chiefly to F. A. Little, including an obituary of Little, and awards presented to Riverside County growers in citrus shows in the early 1920s. Also includes the March 1922 issue of the Title Insurance Bulletin (Vol. 2, No. 2)
Volume 2

Personal scrapbook of T.H. Powell, Sunkist sales manager, 1893-1928 and undated

Physical Description: volume 43 x 36 cm

Scrapbook containing clippings of articles and documents related to the lemon industry. Typescript documents include: "Relative to Lemons Imported At New York" (4 pages, ca. 1906), "A Few Remarks on the way lemons are handled..." by F. A. Little (10 pages, June 26, 1908), and "Pruning the Lemon Tree" by Little (2 pages, January 1, 1897); typescript copies of correspondence of the Lemon Growers' Advisory Board of Southern California related to a circular letter sent by agents of S. C. F. Ex. (ca. 1897); typescript minutes of the meeting of the Lemon Growers' Advisory Board, February 10, 1897; two reports of the California Fruit Growers Exchange, 1909-1910; and various lemon price lists (1890s-1920s). Note: pages are brittle.
Volume 3

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings etc., possibly of Dwight C. Lefferts, 1938-1944.

Physical Description: volume 41 x 29 cm

Newspaper clippings chiefly related to the citrus industry in Redlands, California.
Volume 4

Sunkist Growers, Inc. "Membership Certificates." 1955-1958 [bound volume].

Physical Description: 23 x 40 cm

Printed certificates with member names filled in.
Box 23

Oversized Materials: Miscellaneous ephemera

Folder 1

Redlands Orange Growers’ Association, 1893-1901

6 items consisting of five 1-page annual statements of the Association (1893, 1896-1899) and a 1901 wall calendar with an image of the inside of the packing department.
Folder 2

The Sunkist Courier, 1916-1917.

Includes the first copy of The Sunkist Courier (December 15, 1916) and Vol. 2, no. 4 (December 1917), accompanied by letter from Donald Anderson, General Manager, Sunkist, 1966.
Folder 3

State of California Patents to the Johnson Fruit Company for citrus label brands "Exposition" and "Pacific," 1911, 1917 [2 items].

Folder 4

Fruit Auctions. Broadsides, 1893-1894.

Broadside catalogs for auctions by the San Francisco Fruit Auction and Storage Co. (March 26, 1894); L. Connolly & Co. (March 17, 1893; April 7-14, 1893; April 28, 1893), with handwritten note: "Key to marks on Catalogues Referring to conditions of Fruit."
Folder 5

Miscellaneous Ephemera. "The Orange Interest of San Gabriel Valley." Facsimile chart, 1879; "District Agents of Southern California Fruit Exchange." Photolithographic montages, 1899-1902; G. Harold Powell, "The Cost of Producing Oranges in California" Statistical Table, 1911. "What Constitutes Perfect Citrus Fruit." Point scale, undated.

Folder 6

Miscellaneous Ephemera. Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition Grand Prize Diploma for Lemons to C. W. Leffingwell, Leffingwell Rancho, 1909; Articles of Incorporation, Lamanda Orange & Lemon Association, 1900; "Orange Week in Iowa" newspaper advertisement, March 2, 1908.