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Carlisle Packing Co. "Cannery" Cordova, Alaska

Russian church

Russian church

Salmon Canneries of the Pacific Northwest.

U.S. Reports: Pacific Steam Whaling Company v. United States, 187 U.S. 447 (1903)

U.S. Reports: Pacific Coast Steamship Company v. United States, 187 U.S. 454 (1903)

Brailing - taking salmon from the trap for the great canneries, Puget Sound, Washington

Name: Dangerous Business. Boy working at canning machine with open gearing. Many suck machines and boys too. J. S. Farrand Packing Co. Witness--J. W. Magruder. July 7, 1909. Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

A group sorting peas at the table in Ross's Cannery, Seaford, Del. The little fellow in the photo is a full fledged sorter. He is 5 years of age. Many such children work steadily in the Cannery, and some of them work at the machines. Location: Seaford, Delaware

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.]  Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].
[Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.] Location: [Buffalo, New York (State)].

A group of girl workers in Greenabaum's Canneries, Seaford, Del. These girls gave their ages as 10, 13 and 13. The 10 year old girl is working her first season while the two girls of 13 are working 2nd season. They work from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M., and when there is a good supply of peas they work until late at night. Location: Seaford, Delaware.

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer.  Location: Buffalo, New York (State)
Boys and Girls form Canneries, School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Josephine Oliveri, 19 Peacock St., 12 years old last summer. String beans in shed at Cherry Creek, N.Y. 2) Carmelo Combina, 8 years old last summer. Out-door work Cherry Creek, N.Y. 3) Lucy Gatte, 11 years old last summer. Shells peas and hulls strawberries. 4) Millie Izzio, 202 Carroll St., 12 years old last summer. Worked on peas, beans, berries, and tomatoes in the sheds. 5) Cassio Conjetta, 58 Lloyd St., 9 years old last summer. Snipped beans and worked on corn, berries and tomatoes in the sheds at Forestville, N.Y. 6) Tony Arara, 96 Washington St., Worked on berries, beans and peas in sheds North Collins, and Hamburg, N.Y. 13 years old last summer. 7) Lewis Maseari, 8 years old last summer. Worked on corn, beans, peas, and grapes, in the shed, at Forrestville, N.Y. 8) Angolio Mirandi, 8 years old last summer. Husked corn, peas and beans in sheds North Collins, N.Y. 9) Leonard Boscaglia, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Worked on [...] 10) Lucy May, 8 years old last summer. Worked on beans, peas, and berries in the shed at Franklin. 11) Dan Quaratello, 22 State St., 12 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 12) Mary Tagelliferio, 44 Perry St., 13 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 13) Johgn Thomas, 71 State St., 14 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 14) Angelio Jesso, 39 Main St., 12 years old last summer. Shed work. 15) Daniel George, 4 State St., 11 years old last summer. Worked in sheds. 16) Dominick Caggiana, 33 1/2 Burrell Place, 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 17) Carman Juggio, 43 Myrtle Ave., 10 years old last summer. Shed work. 18) Tony La Spazzi, 49 Scott St., 14 years old last summer. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

A group sorting peas at the table in Ross's Cannery, Seaford, Del. The little fellow in the photo is a full fledged sorter. He is 5 years of age. Many such children work steadily in the Cannery, and some of them work at the machines. Location: Seaford, Delaware.

Group of children from Canneries in School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Carlo Ciaravina, 124 State St., 8 years old. Worked on beans and corn in sheds at Albion, N.Y. Entered school December 5th. 2) Mike Miranda, 8 years old last summer. Stringing beans in the home at Forsetville. Entered school September 7th. 3) Louis Belilta, 61 Water St., 12 years old last summer. Worked part of the time snipping beans in the sheds at Collins, N.Y. 4) Rose Moreibella, 41 Peacock St., 11 years old last summer. Stringing beans part of the time in the sheds at North Collins and Cherry Creek, N.Y. 5) Josephine Favata, 62 Main St., 10 years old last summer. Said that when little sister slept, she husked corn and string beans in the big shed at Albion, N.Y. 6) Magaline Tutarchi, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Stringing beans and shelling peas sometimes in the sheds at Mr. Morris, N.Y. 7) Bombe Regis, 69 Water St., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in the sheds. Entered school in September. 8) Rosa Guglinzza, Room 10, 62 Main Street, 10 years old last summer. Worked on berries, corn and beans in the sheds at Cherry Creek. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Pile of refuse, waste, and salt water in which these sardine workers stand at times. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Canning Factory of the Alabama Canning Co.,. Location: Bayou La Batre, Alabama.

Housing conditions in settlement at Seacoast Cannery #7, Eastport, Me., not very good. This is the home of the Goodell family. They live here all the year in these temporary quarters. The father works in the mill nearby. Four or five of the children are in the canneries. Clarence, 8 years; George, 9 years; Lottie, 12 years; "Makes a couple of dollars some days"; Violet, 15 years, "has made four dollars a day packing at times," (see upper window). Location: Eastport, Maine.

A group of young cartoners in Seacoast Canneries, #4., not the youngest. Location: Eastport, Maine.

A group of shrimp pickers in Peerless Oyster Co., working during the short noon recess. Many workers, including the children, utilize part of the lunch time this way, when there is a lunch time allowed. In many canneries, they snatch their lunches as best they may while the work goes on and others are getting ahead of them. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Pass Packing Co. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi.

Pass Packing Co. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi

Pile of refuse, waste, and salt water in which these sardine workers stand at times. Location: Eastport, Maine

Richard Mills, 8 years old, showing a severely cut finger. Is a cutter in Eastport, Me., canneries. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine. Location: Eastport, Maine

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Me. Location: Eastport, Maine

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Me. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Canning Factory of the Alabama Canning Co. Location: Bayou La Batre, Alabama

Reproduction New York State Factory Investigating Commission cannery records re. Haserote Controversy. (See E.F. Brown)

Reproduction New York State Factory Investigating Commission cannery records re. Haserote Controversy. (See E.F. Brown).

A map showing the location of the Oyster and Shrimp canneries of the Gulf and South Atlantic Coast.

A map showing the location of the Oyster and Shrimp canneries of the Gulf and South Atlantic Coast

Reproduction New York State Factory Investigating Commission cannery records re. Haserote controversy. (E.F. Brown).

Reproduction New York State Factory Investigating Commission cannery records re. Haserote controversy. (E.F. Brown)

Dunbar & Dukate oyster cannery. According to the testimony of a number of the parents and children, this factory reverses the child labor law to suit its own convenience, and probably to avoid detection. Instead of excluding the young children from work before six o'clock according to the law, they let the young children work from four until seven, and then send them home. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi L.W. Hine

Dunbar & Dukate oyster cannery. According to the testimony of a number of the parents and children, this factory reverses the child labor law to suit its own convenience, and probably to avoid detection. Instead of excluding the young children from work before six o'clock according to the law, they let the young children work from four until seven, and then send them home. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi / L.W. Hine.

The giant "King Crab" of the Bering Sea, which before the war supplied a substantial amount of the canned crab meat which the Japanese sold to the United States, will be canned commercially by Americans for the first time this year. Prior to the war the Japanese were taking the "King Crab" in sight of American territory, canning it on floating canneries, and shipping it to the United States for sale. In one pre-war year alone we imported 10,720,000 pounds of crab meat valued at 4,582,000 dollars from Japan and ninety-five percent of our canned crab meat came from this source

The giant "King Crab" of the Bering Sea, which before the war supplied a substantial amount of the canned crab meat which the Japanese sold to the United States, will be canned commercially by Americans for the first time this year. Prior to the war the Japanese were taking the "King Crab" in sight of American territory, canning it on floating canneries, and shipping it to the United States for sale. In one pre-war year alone we imported 10,720,000 pounds of crab meat valued at 4,582,000 dollars from Japan and ninety-five percent of our canned crab meat came from this source

Crampton canneries in Plain City, Ohio

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Indian fishermen repairing their nets. Celilo Falls, Oregon. The salmon run was on and fishermen took salmon and sold them to commercial canneries

Indian fishermen repairing their nets. Celilo Falls, Oregon. The salmon run was on and fishermen took salmon and sold them to commercial canneries

Indian fishing for salmon, Celilo Falls, Oregon. The Indians sell to commercial canneries

Indian fishing for salmon, Celilo Falls, Oregon. The Indians sell to commercial canneries

[Young men processing oranges at fruit canning factory, Sikkim]

[Young girl canning oranges, Sikkim]

Meeker Sugar Cooperative, Syrup Canning Building, U.S. Highway 71, Lecompte, Rapides Parish, LA

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

One of the small boys in J.S. Farrand Packing Co. and a heavy load. J.W. Magruder, witness. Location: Baltimore, Maryland

A canning machine and some of the boys Small boys work at and around these machines some of which? are dangerous. J.S. Farrand Packing Co., Baltimore, Md. Witness--J. W. Magruder. July 7, 1909. Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Daisy Langford, 8 yrs. old works in Ross' canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to "keep up." She places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. This is her first season in the cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine. Location: Eastport, Maine

View of the Gorenflo Canning Co., Biloxi, Miss., taken at 7 A.M. Many tiny workers here, some of whom began to arrive at the factory as early as 5 o'clock, an hour before they were allowed to begin work, and long before daylight on a damp-foggy day. The whistle had blown and they came and stood around merely to hold their places. When the "catch" has been good, they begin work early, but today it was not good so they were waiting for daylight. In this group I ascertained the ages of a few, as follows, 1 child of 6 years, 1 of 7, 2 of 8, 1 of 10 and there were many more. See report also. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi

General view of the Pass Packing Co. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi

Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory. Location: Eastport, Maine

Storeroom in a great fruit-canning factory, at Puyaliup, Washington

One of the small boys in J.S. Farrand Packing Co. and a heavy load. J.W. Magruder, witness. Location: Baltimore, Maryland

A canning machine and some of the boys Small boys work at and around these machines some of which? are dangerous. J.S. Farrand Packing Co., Baltimore, Md. Witness--J. W. Magruder. July 7, 1909. Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Daisy Langford, 8 yrs. old works in Ross' canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to "keep up." She places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. This is her first season in the cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware

General view of the Pass Packing Co. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi

View of the Gorenflo Canning Co., Biloxi, Miss., taken at 7 A.M. Many tiny workers here, some of whom began to arrive at the factory as early as 5 o'clock, an hour before they were allowed to begin work, and long before daylight on a damp-foggy day. The whistle had blown and they came and stood around merely to hold their places. When the "catch" has been good, they begin work early, but today it was not good so they were waiting for daylight. In this group I ascertained the ages of a few, as follows, 1 child of 6 years, 1 of 7, 2 of 8, 1 of 10 and there were many more. See report also. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi

Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory. Location: Eastport, Maine

Sardine canneries at Eastport, Maine. Location: Eastport, Maine

Kahului Cannery, Quonset Hut Grouping, 120 Kane Street, Kahului, Maui County, HI

Kahului Cannery, Quonset Hut Grouping, 120 Kane Street, Kahului, Maui County, HI

Kahului Cannery, Quonset Hut Grouping, 120 Kane Street, Kahului, Maui County, HI

One of the small boys in J. S. Farrand P[ac]king Co. and a heavy load. J. W. Magruder, witness. Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

One of the small boys in J. S. Farrand P[ac]king Co. and a heavy load. J. W. Magruder, witness. Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Daisy Langford, 8 yrs. old works in Ross' canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to "keep up." She places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. This is her first season in the cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware.

Daisy Langford, 8 yrs. old works in Ross' canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to "keep up." She places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. This is her first season in the cannery. Location: Seaford, Delaware.

View of the Gorenflo Canning Co., Biloxi, Miss., taken at 7 A.M. Many tiny workers here, some of whom began to arrive at the factory as early as 5 o'clock, an hour before they were allowed to begin work, and long before daylight on a damp-foggy day. The whistle had blown and they came and stood around merely to hold their places. When the "catch" has been good, they begin work early, but today it was not good so they were waiting for daylight. In this group I ascertained the ages of a few, as follows, 1 child of 6 years, 1 of 7, 2 of 8, 1 of 10 and there were many more. See report also. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi.

View of the Gorenflo Canning Co., Biloxi, Miss., taken at 7 A.M. Many tiny workers here, some of whom began to arrive at the factory as early as 5 o'clock, an hour before they were allowed to begin work, and long before daylight on a damp-foggy day. The whistle had blown and they came and stood around merely to hold their places. When the "catch" has been good, they begin work early, but today it was not good so they were waiting for daylight. In this group I ascertained the ages of a few, as follows, 1 child of 6 years, 1 of 7, 2 of 8, 1 of 10 and there were many more. See report also. Location: Biloxi, Mississippi.

A canning machine and some of the boy[s] Small boys work at and around these machines some of which[?][ are dangerous. J. S. Farrand Packing Co., Baltimore, Md. Witness--J. W. Magruder. July 7, 1909. Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

A canning machine and some of the boy[s] Small boys work at and around these machines some of which[?][ are dangerous. J. S. Farrand Packing Co., Baltimore, Md. Witness--J. W. Magruder. July 7, 1909. Location: Baltimore, Maryland.

Morpac Cannery, Ocean Dock Road, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

Morpac Cannery, Ocean Dock Road, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

Morpac Cannery, Ocean Dock Road, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

Morpac Cannery, Ocean Dock Road, Cordova, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, AK

Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Fulsom McCutcheon, 11 years old, has been working at the covering machines in Eastport canning factory, also cutting some. In the background is a typical sardine factory. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Penn School Historic District, Old Milk Barn, SC Route 37, 1 mile South of Frogmore, St. Helena Island, Frogmore, Beaufort County, SC

Penn School Historic District, Old Milk Barn, SC Route 37, 1 mile South of Frogmore, St. Helena Island, Frogmore, Beaufort County, SC

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

Bayside Cannery, 1290 Hope Street, Alviso, Santa Clara County, CA

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