Scott and Braun

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Dried Fruit Packer
Main Location

West Side

Scott and Braun was a dried fruit packer in the Cupertino area around the turn of the century. The company appears in San Francisco Call 1900 list of dropoff sites for California Cured Fruit Association. The company was supposedly sold to Richmond Chase in 1918.

The founders, Carl A. Braun and William M. Scott, also got a patent in 1902 for their device for packing boxes evenly[1].


Location Years Address Details
West Side 1900, 1918


  1. Fruit Packing Apparatus: U.S. Patent US718308, published January 13, 1903.