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Group of people picking dewberries (blackberries), Riverside(?), California, ca.1900-1920

Photograph of a group of about a dozen people picking dewberries (blackberries), probably in Riverside, California, ca.1900-1920. They are standing in the aisles between the long rows of bushes looking at the camera. About a half a dozen buildings are visible in the distance.

Call number: CHS-1568

Filename: CHS-1568

Coverage date: circa 1900/1920

Part of collection: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960

Format: glass plate negatives

Type: images

Part of subcollection: Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection, 1860-1960

Repository name: USC Libraries Special Collections

Accession number: 1568

Microfiche number: 1-82-26

Archival file: chs_Volume92/CHS-1568.tiff

Repository address: Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189

Geographic subject (country): USA

Format (aacr2): 1 photograph : glass photonegative, b&w ; 17 x 22 cm.

Rights: Digitally reproduced by the USC Digital Library; From the California Historical Society Collection at the University of Southern California

Subject (adlf): agricultural sites

Repository email: specol@usc.edu

Contributing entity: California Historical Society

Date created: circa 1900/1920

Publisher (of the digital version): University of Southern California. Libraries

Format (aat): photographs

Geographic subject (state): California

Subject (file heading): Agriculture -- Crops -- Berries

Legacy record ID: chs-m15099

Access conditions: Send requests to address or e-mail given. Phone (213) 821-2366; fax (213) 740-2343.

Geographic subject (county): Riverside

Subject (lcsh): Blackberries; Agriculture

Date circa 1900 /1920 (date created)

Source http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll65/id/13860

Author Unknown

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