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  • | primary_town = Fresno '''Pacific Coast Seeded Raisin Company''' was a Fresno-based dried fruit packer. The company was interesting because it was owned
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  • ...esno&pg=PA445#v=onepage&q=%22curtis%20fruit%22%20fresno&f=false History of Fresno County], 1919.</ref> ...entury. The company had offices in San Francisco, with a packing house in Fresno in the San Joaquin Valley. (A biography of William Francis Toomey claims C
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  • ...er run by A.F. Tenney and James Madison. Tenney came to Fresno to form the Fresno Fruit and Raisin Packing Company with Madison. That company disappeared in Fresno, Cal., July 13: A. F. Tenney is no longer manager of the A. F. Tenney Canni
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  • ...nd Apricot Growers]] in October 1932. CP&AG bought the dried fig plants in Fresno, Reedley, Kingsburg, and Dinuba. | Clovis || 1922 || || Grading peaches but forwarding figs to Fresno plant in 1922<ref>California Dried Fruit Packing Houses. In [http://books.
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  • ...ding, 112 Market Street, San Francisco.</ref>. The company was started in Fresno in 1898<ref> [http://articles.latimes.com/1985-10-06/news/vw-5357_1_fresnan Fresno area).
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  • ...ansacted. The Royal Packing Company has branch houses at Healdsberg. Napa, Fresno and Rutherford, and is a large shipper of California fruits. The company ha | Fresno || 1904 || ||
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  • The '''Reedley Canning Company''' was a canner located in Fresno county, California. The company opened its plant in 1919. The company went
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  • ...s a purchasing agent for Porter Brothers<ref>Nicholas G. Kittle Expires In Fresno: [http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=d&d=SFC19021125.2.103 November 25, 190 ...that workers had been solicited for the [[Bonner Packing]] raisin plant in Fresno, but pay was less than promised and lodgings were not available<ref>The Sha
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  • ...esale grocer. The company ran dried fruit packing houses in California in Fresno, San Jose, and Hanford<ref>Advertisement, 1916 California Fruit News</ref>. | Fresno || 1900 || [http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%3F%3F%3F,Fresno ???] || (In San Francisco Call 1900 [http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lcc
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  • ...ma. The president, Mr. Gartenlaub, had been a fruit business veteran with Fresno ties. Alex Goldstein was another principal. The name varied: the company | Fresno || 1900 || || Destroyed by fire, 1922<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?i
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  • ...of Los Gatos, A. Lusk & Co, John T. Cutting Company, Dr. John Hastings of Fresno, Judge William C. Blackwood of Haywards, W.R. Cole of Centerville, Gilbert
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  • ...nia state list of canneries] shows Griffin and Skelley having a cannery in Fresno in 1902; by 1903, there's mention of another cannery in Emeryville. ...ral Press]</ref> || 1900, 1905 || [http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%3F%3F%3F,Fresno ???] ||
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  • | Fresno || 1900 || || (In San Francisco Call 1900 [http://chroniclingamerica.loc. ...ty Years Ago: [http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/25773935/ April 15, 1936 Fresno Republican]. "A fire destroyed fifty tons ot peaches and did considerable
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  • ...At the time of the merger, Guggenhime had plants in San Jose, Modesto, and Fresno, with offices in San Francisco, and was the second largest dried fruit oper ...61c0c Sign on EBay] suggests that company was established in 1897, and the Fresno plant was built in 1916.
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  • Roberts may also have had a Fresno dried fruit plant.
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  • ...d goods, salmon, nuts, beans, and Hawaiian pineapple. They list plants in Fresno, San Jose, Armona, Visalia, Sanger, Suisun, | Fresno || 1910, 1913 || ||
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  • ..., the company had distribution sites in Sacramento, San Jose, Watsonville, Fresno, Los Angeles, Brawley.
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  • .... Court of Appeals for 9th Circuit, 1930]. Case decided October 6, 1930, Fresno. As part of the argument about whether District Manager Hayes had the auth ...g station<ref>Fresh Apricots Being Packed in Armona Plants. June 18, 1933 Fresno Bee. "Apricots are being shipped by truck to Los Angeles from the Stewart
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  • ...City Packing Company]] of Santa Rosa, [[A. F. Tenney Canning Company]] in Fresno, [[Courtland Canning Company]], the [[Whitter Cannery]], [[Chico Canning Co ...fornia Fruit Grower. "The California Fruit Canners Association cannery at Fresno, which was burned down last summer, has not been rebuilt, and the customary
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  • | Fresno || || 1935 || || Raisins. ...onepage&q=libby%20mc%20neil%20and%20libby%20plant%20%23&f=false History of Fresno County, California]. Cannery built in 1911. Superintendent in 1913 was Wa
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