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Redlands Oranges: 1943

Redlands Oranges: 1943

March 1943. Drying oranges at a co-op packing plant in Redlands, California. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano, taken during his trip from Chicago to California on a Santa Fe freight train.

 

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Sentimental!!!

I live in the vicinity of Redlands and surely do miss the big orange crops. Most of the groves are gone and were replaced with residential developments.

Drying?

Why do oranges need to be dried?

[Because they're wet from being washed. - Dave]

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