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Pacific Chief Northwest Apples

One label, 22 x 26 cm., for Pacific Chief Northwest Apples from Cinelli & Co., Yakima and Wenatchee, WA, 1951. With an illustration of a shirtless Plains Indian man wearing a feathered headdress and leggings. He has his right arm raised as he stands above a valley with rows of fruit trees and snow-covered mountains in the background. A picture of a large red delicious apple with stem and green leaves is on the right side of the label. Contents one bushel. Main title in white or yellow letters against red with blue printing at the bottom of the label. Ephemera


Creation Date: 1951

Catalog ID: 2017.88.3

Call Number: EPH/634.11/C49p/1951

Object Types: label, fruit crate

Creator: Yakima, WA, Wenatchee, WA

Dimensions: Height 22 cm . Width 26 cm

Related Subjects: stereotype, racial, Cinelli & Co., Plains culture area, red delicious apple, Yakima, WA, Wenatchee, WA, label, fruit crate, Pacific Chief brand, apple industry, fruit industry, headdress, feather