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    "Green Apple on a Plate"
    Creation Date: 1888
    Catalog ID: 1991.0.236.2
    Green apple on a plate, red apple to the right, knife in the foreground. Dark background.
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    [apple box]
    Creation Date: 2008
    Catalog ID: 2008.59.3
    Apple box (a) used for storage/transport of premium Washington apples distributed by Broetje Orchards, Snake River, WA. Made of cardbaord with telescoping lid (b). Lid is white with large logo of hands holding a green apple; blue print. Box contained one bushel of Granny Smith apples. Air vents in both lid and box.
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    [Bill Dehart with apple]
    Creation Date: Oct. 13, 1961
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.61.10.13.4
    2 Photographic negatives of a young boy biting into an apple. Photograph ran October 23, p 1 and accompanied an article about apple growing in Olympia, WA, Thurston County. The boy is Bill DeHart
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    [Golden Apple award]
    Creation Date: 1985
    Catalog ID: 2019.12.2
    Brass apple sculpture presented as award by KCTS public television station, January 16, 1985, to Washington State Governor Booth Gardner's administration for excellence in teaching and leadership. Made of brass, gold in color. Cast leaf and stem fixed to molded and polished body of apple. Round, thin, black rubber protector glued to bottom of apple base. Engraved on apple: GARDNER ADMINISTRATION/ JANUARY 16,1985
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    "Apple kids: Washington apples"
    Creation Date: ca. 1930
    Catalog ID: 1996.58.7
    Call Number: EPH-A/634.11/C839ap/1930
    fruit crate label, "Apple kids: Washington apples" illustration of two boys pulling and pushing a huge apple up steep hill; distributed by Cowiche Growers, Inc., Yakima, Washington, ca. 1930.
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    Wenatchee (apple capital of the world)
    Creation Date: 1930
    Catalog ID: 2009.29.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.759/W48w/1930
    [7] page illustrated booklet (22.5x19.5 cm.) describing Wenatchee, Wenatchee Valley, and its agricultural products, esp. apples. Cover illustration features woman holding apple, behind two boxes of apples. Includes apple recipes on back cover. Ephemera.
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    Washington State apple advertising
    Creation Date: [ca. 1950]
    Catalog ID: 2003.3.110
    Call Number: EPH/641.3411/W276w/1950
    1 stamp; ill.; Image on stamp shows state seal and an apple. (This appears to be a postage stamp.)
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    [souvenir pin for 1970 Apple Blossom Festival]
    Creation Date: 1970
    Catalog ID: 2000.41.9
    Round, molded plastic pin with metal pin fastener on back for the 1970 Apple Blossom Festival. Raised floral (apple blossom) design on border. Printed at top in gold letters: Apple Blossom Festival; printed at bottom: Wenatchee. Raised decoration at center of astronaut (in gold) walking on moon. Space vehicle is behind him. In circle in front of him and in raised letters is the date.
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    Spokane, Washington, the home of the National Apple Show
    Creation Date: 1910
    Catalog ID: 2017.2.19
    Call Number: EPH/979.7371/Sp65ap/1910
    Color illustrated postcard (14x9 cm.) advertising Spokane's 1910 National Apple Show. Illustration features red apple with big opening ("bite") showing aerial view of Spokane. Published in Spokane, WA in 1910. Ephemera.
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    Wenatchee, Washington, the apple capital of the world
    Creation Date: 1942
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.120
    Call Number: EPH-B/979.7591/W48w/1949
    1 sheet, folded; ill., map; Includes map of Wenatchee with position in state indicated by large apple.; Illus. on front cover shows tourist family gazing down into town of Wenatchee with hydroelectric power lines and apple orchards in foreground. A variation of 2001.1.61. Ephemera