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[Cultivation and care of grapevines]

[Viticultural scenes - man and woman picking grapes]

[Viticultural scenes - man crushing grapes in vat with his feet]

[Bacchus figure seated on a wine barrel with people in the background possibly mashing grapes for wine; possibly done as a study for stained glass]

October P. Stephani inven

[Grapes on a vine]

Paper hanging 51

[Paper hanging 68]

Parody. 605,000 sour grapes

[Design drawing for stained glass window with geometric abstract design and nature/Christian motifs: star, doves, fish, grain, and grapes]

[Design drawing for stained glass scenic window showing tree over water with grain and grapes]

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing Cana, with symbols: rings, joined hands, orb with hearts, and grapes]

A. Thomas & Son celebrated grape brand genuine chewing tobacco

Prize grapes: a four pound bunch

First premium grapes: A royal cluster

American fruit

Imperial fruit dessert

Everybody's friend. The happy little girl Kuriger, 71

"Grape gatherers"

Fruits d'hiver

No. 4, Grapes

Champion fruit

Pride of the banquet

Restein's American fruit

Fruit, cheese, and glass of lemonade on a table

Empire fruit dessert

Mate to "le grand dessert"

"A royal dessert"

Peaches in a glass bowl surrounded by grapes, pears, bananas and apples

American autumn fruit

Vineyards, Put-in-Bay, Ohio

Fruit and wine on table

Vineyards, Put-in-Bay, Ohio

"American Summer Fruit"

The garden city fruit

A destructive worm / F. Graetz.

Imperial fruit

Bufford's fruit cards, no. 779-5 [grapes] / Bufford.

"Fruit harvest"

[Display of grapes and wines, Georgia (Republic)

Bakersfield. A cottage home, Black Hamburgs

Lakeside Ranch The vineyard and old orchard.

Farm produce with small image of horse in the upper left corner

The tortures of Father Knickerbocker-Tantalus / Keppler.

American fruits & flowers

Excelsior fruit

Northern views. Remarkable remains of the synagogue at Capernaum. Frieze and cornice showing pomegranates, grapes etc.

Northern views. Remarkable remains of the synagogue at Capernaum. Cornice; a frieze showing five pointed star, grapes, etc.

[Fox and raven by grapevine]

Kachōga

[Grape vines at Rio Vista, Grosse Ile, Mich.]

Trees and shrubs. Bunch of grapes

"For the queen's breakfast"

[Young woman posed, seated, three-quarters length, facing right; with grapes, vines and leaves draped over head]

Apples, Plums & grapes, no. 8266

"Sour grapes!" / J.S. Pughe.

Beyond his reach / J.S. Pughe.

[Young women modeling: Half lgth., grapes and leaves on head, wearing shawl]

[Vinogradnye lozy]

Venice, Aug. 1905

Gems from Florida

A carload of grapes from California

Selling Grapes Saturday Night in the Market. Boston 1915 Exhibit. Location: Boston, Massachusetts.

[Original Concord grape vine, Concord, Mass.]

[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)].

Original Concord grape vine, Concord, Mass.

[Grapevine Cottage, home of] original grower of Concord grapes, Concord, Mass.

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)

Drying grapes for raisins, Fresno, Cal.

Italian settler and family, vineyards in background, Mendoza, Argentina, So. Am

The terrible plague of locusts in Palestine, March-June 1915. Bunch of grapes, autumn after the visit of locusts.

U.S. Reports: United States v. Schider, 246 U.S. 519 (1917)

Even the humblest peasants have their vines and make their casks of wine in the open, treading the grapes with their bare feet : San Marino

Jewish colonies and settlements. Richon le Zion. Baskets filled with grapes for wine

Grapes for wine; loading grapes in Rishon

Grapes for wine; loading grapes in Rishon

Jewish colonies and settlements. Unloading grapes for wine

Jerusalem. The Old City. Fruit and vegetable store. Grapes, pomegranates, dates, etc.

Picking grapes, Mildura, Victoria, Australia

Covering crates of Malaga grapes in the field and loading motor trucks, Guasti, Calif.

Picking and packing Malaga grapes at a 5,000 acre vineyard at Guasti, Calif.

Loading refrigerator cars with grapes for eastern markets, 15,000 tons in one season from Guasti, Calif.

Train hauling grapes from vineyard to private R.R. spur for eastern shipment, Guasti, Calif. / photographed, copyrighted and sold by Philip Brigandi.

[People working in vineyard, Hungary]

Loading "gondola" R.R. cars to haul grapes to winery to make sacramental and medicinal wines, Guasti, Calif. / photographed, copyrighted and sold by Philip Brigandi.

Close view of vines loaded with Emperor grapes, Tulare Co., Calif.

[Grapes for the President. White House, Washington, D.C.]

A peasant girl holding a bunch of grapes in a Judean vineyard

Gathering grapes in a vineyard

Harvesting grapes near La Monte i.e. Lamont. Kern County, California. Lithuanian contract labor

Grapes grown in Kern County, California

Harvesting grapes near La Monte. Kern County, California. Lithuanian contract labor

Grapes grown in Kern County, California

A peasant girl holding a bunch of grapes, [Ain Yabrud, near Taibye]

Girl of Ramallah picking grapes in vineyard near Taibeh [i.e., Taybeh]. Sept. 1937

U.S. Reports: Adair v. Bank of America Assn., 303 U.S. 350 (1938)

Vineyard during harvest. Large-scale farming. Tulare County, California

Fruit jars being sterilized on old lady Graham's back fence in berry season. Near Conway, Arkansas. "We just gather and can peas, beans, berries, and sausage when we butcher the hogs in the winter. We put up seventy-five quarts of berries, sixty of beans, sixty of kraut, thirty of grapes and twenty of peaches. I swapped two bushels of grapes and got two bushels of peaches and I swapped one bushel of grapes for one bushel of apples"

Fruit jars being sterilized on old lady Graham's back fence in berry season. Near Conway, Arkansas. "We just gather and can peas, beans, berries, and sausage when we butcher the hogs in the winter. We put up seventy-five quarts of berries, sixty of beans, sixty of kraut, thirty of grapes and twenty of peaches. I swapped two bushels of grapes and got two bushels of peaches and I swapped one bushel of grapes for one bushel of apples"

Rural rehabilitation, Tulare County, California. This farm couple have been assisted to independence. In Feburary 1936 they rented a neglected farm of forty acres planted in grapes. They had no equipment, no stock, no seed, no money. Farm Security Administration (FSA) granted a loan of one thousand two hundred and sixty one dollars to cover these items, and four months subsistence for the family. Now November 1938, they are reestablished on a successful diversified farm, with a cash crop provided by vineyard, cows, hogs, and pigs

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