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    Vegetables Grown Near Dawson / Land of Nightless Days
    Creation Date: Aug. 28, 1906
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.187
    Call Number: 2012.0.187
    Black and white photographic image of vegetables for sale in front of a grocery store in Dawson, YT, Aug. 28, 1906. Two boys, possibly sales clerks, pose flanking the display. Both wear suit jackets and caps. One's suit jacket is buttoned, with a loose tie in a bow at his neck. The smaller boy, possibly Asain, wears his jacket opened with a loose tie at the neck of his shirt. Vegetables displayed in and on wooden crates include cauliflower, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, and possibly parsnips. Possibly a tomato plant with fruit is growing in a pot in front of the display. Signs above the display: Early ____ Caulifower, Steele Briggs Seed; Yukon Vegetables Aug. 28th 1906. Six paper money bills in a frame hang on the storefront.
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    Products of the Great Yakima County, State of Washington
    Creation Date: 1888-1889
    Catalog ID: 2011.0.102
    Call Number: 2011.0.102
    Black and white photographic image of a display of a great variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, hops, hemp, and tobacco at a county fair in North Yakima, Yakima County, WA or WT, 1888-1889. Printed around image mount margins: The Garden of the Pacific Northwest and the Future Capital of the Great State of Washington / Products of the Great Yakima County, State of Washington / Natural Home of the Peach, Pear, and Prune / Tobacco and Hop Culture Two of the Staple Industries / Compliments of MacLean & Reed, North Yakima, State of Washington.
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    Three Japanese Boys and Cauliflower, 1938
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.13
    Call Number: S1991.137.13
    Black and white photographi print, showing 3 small Japanese American Boys standing in a field in the White River Valley, King County, Washington, Floyd Oles, photographer, 1938. One boy holds a cauliflower which almost obscures his face, while the others look at the vegetable. Associated with Ms 18.
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    [Giant Cauliflower From Steele Briggs Seeds / Avery's Grocery / Dawson, Yukon Territory]
    Creation Date: ca. 1906
    Catalog ID: 2011.0.5
    Call Number: 2011.0.5
    Black and white image of Avery's Grocery, No. 901, at the corner of Dugas St. and an unknown avenue, probably in the Yukon Territory, ca. 1906. Two salesmen in short white jackets and a man wearing a suit and hat pose for the photographer in front of the store. Vegetable displays are outside the open store doors, including a large cauliflower head with a sign: Early Paris Cauliflower, Steele-Briggs Seed. Oranges are displayed inside the door. A sign over the door: Boost the Yukon Farmer.
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    Vegetable Stand and Market
    Creation Date: Nov. 3, 1926
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.50876
    Call Number: 1943.42.50876
    Black and white, Nov. 3, 1926, image of a vegetable stand at Pike Place Market, Seattle, King County, WA. Three Japanese American men and a woman stand behind the counter smiling at the photographer. The signs are done in the ornate Kabuki style of calligraphy. Lettuce, cauliflower, turnips and other vegetables are on display.
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    Okamoto and His Cauli [flower], 1938
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.26
    Black and white photographic print, showing Japanese American farmer "Okamoto" standing in work clothes with his hands on his hips, facing the photographer, in his cauliflower field located in the White River Valley area, King County, Washington, Floyd Oles, photographer, 1938. Associated with Ms 18.
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    "Cauliflower field crates near O'Brien" 1938
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.20
    Call Number: S1991.37.20
    Black and white photographic print, showing cauliflower fields and cauliflower crates on a farm near O'Brien, King County, Washington, Floyd Oles, photographer, 1938. Farm workers are not visible. photograph is associated with Ms 18.