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  • | aliases = Sacramento Packing and Drying Company<ref>Will Decide Limits on Brands: [https://books '''Sacramento Packing Company''' was a Sacramento-based cannery run by [[Charles Harvey Bentley]] and R.I. Bentley. Robert I
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  • | aliases = Sacramento Packing and Drying Company<ref>Will Decide Limits on Brands: [https://books '''Sacramento Packing Company''' was a Sacramento-based cannery run by [[Charles Harvey Bentley]] and R.I. Bentley. Robert I
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  • | primary_town = Sacramento Delta ...rties of the Golden State Asparagus Company on Sherman and Andrus Islands, Sacramento County, California], 1921.</ref>. The company was sold by Captain [[Emil H
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  • | primary_town=Sacramento '''California Fruit Distributors''' was a Sacramento-based marketing and auction company representing several dried and fresh fr
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  • ...03].</ref>. The actual cannery was in Courtland, California, southwest of Sacramento.
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  • | primary_town=Sacramento ...anization history.]</ref>. California Fruit Exchange was headquartered in Sacramento.
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  • | primary_town = Sacramento ...fresh fruit packer in California in the 1930's and 1940's headquartered in Sacramento. Despite the name, the company did actually pack fruit<ref>Robin Chapman,
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  • | predecessors = [[Sacramento Valley Canning Co.]] ...well, and Frederic D. Clarke founded the company in 1938, and bought the [[Sacramento Valley Canning Company]] cannery and warehouse. The site was along the Wes
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  • ...ed to the Imperial Valley. In 1922, the company had distribution sites in Sacramento, San Jose, Watsonville, Fresno, Los Angeles, Brawley. ...contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15248coll1/id/1197 Sacramento Room, Sacramento Public Library].</ref> ||
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  • ...ion (BAHA): Berkeley Landmarks].</ref>. After the CFCA's merger with the [[Sacramento Packing Company]] in 1899, Bentley became the sales manager. When the [[Ca
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  • ...group supporting the dried fruit industry. The association is located in Sacramento. | Sacramento || 2013 || 710 Striker Ave. ||
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  • ...old: [http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/link.php?id=4279 December 28, 1911 Sacramento Union]. "A deed from the Pioneer Fruit company, transferring blocks of N an | Sacramento || 1907 || || Main office
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  • ...st seven years. The company operated facilities in an Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys. In 1922, Lawrence relinquished control to A.T. Gi | Sacramento || None || ||
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  • ...s pump for their water supply<ref>C.W. Geiger, "Libby, McNeil, and Libby's Sacramento Cannery". In [http://books.google.com/books?id=iq3mAAAAMAAJ&lpg=RA3-PA19&o
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  • ...t=1&amp;e=-------en-Logical-20-DAC-21-byDA---wulff-all--- February 9, 1897 Sacramento Union] - she went back to Chicago.
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  • ...1922<ref>April 8, 1922 California Fruit News advertisement shows plants in Sacramento and San Jose.</ref>. ...cramento || 1919 ||[http://maps.google.com/maps?q=12th%20and%20B%20Street.,Sacramento 12th and B Street.]<ref> California Canneries: [http://books.google.com/boo
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  • ...ng Company''' was a meat and fruit canner and fruit packer with origins in Sacramento but eventually headquartered in San Francisco. The Virden Company was inco ...rancisco [http://www.ssf.net/DocumentView.aspx?DID=1827 history]</ref> and Sacramento. Starting around 1920, Virden bought several canneries in succession, firs
    9 KB (1,308 words) - 05:32, 22 November 2016
  • ...fruit and fresh fruit wholesaler in San Francisco, with a branch office in Sacramento. The company listed that they sold green and dried fruit, raisins, oranges
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  • ...nte Brand, 1982, Del Monte</ref> By 1907, the company had seven plants in Sacramento, Visalia, Emeryville, San Lorenzo, Yuba City, and the Moorlands. [[William ==Central California Canneries in Sacramento==
    10 KB (1,472 words) - 03:52, 10 September 2018
  • ...lley&f=false Eighteenth Fruit Grower's Convention]], November 20-23, 1894, Sacramento. Organized by State Board of Horticulture, State of California</ref>.
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  • ...sco Newspapers of Genealogical Importance In The California State Library, Sacramento (web archive)]</ref>
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