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Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Cranberry fields with irrigation ditches.
Description: Two young men are packing boxes with bags of Ocean Spray cranberries. In the background women are bagging the cranberries.
Description: German Prisoner of War stationed in Wisconsin Rapids working on the A.E. Bennett and Sons Cranberry Marsh. He is spraying the cranberry crop with either an...
Description: Memohead of Farmers and Merchants Bank of Rudolph, Wisconsin, with a medallion with stems of flowers, an ear of corn, a storage tower or silo, and the slog...
Description: This 1891 manuscript map depicts Cranberry Creek and wetlands in part of the Town of Port Edwards, Wood County, Wisconsin. Elevations and falls in the cree...
Description: Group portrait of those who attended the 6th annual Cranberry Convention at Bennett Marsh.
Description: Label submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration from the Marshfield Milling Co. "Holstein." Holstein cow and calf in black and white c...
Description: Harvesting cranberries at the Cranberry Lake Lake Development Company in Wood County.
Description: Irving R. Bennett, of the A.E. Bennett & Son Cranberry Marsh, spraying cranberry marshes for pest and weed control. The hose was attached to a rig that cou...
Description: Letterhead of A.C. Bennett & Son, growers of and dealers in cultivated cranberries from Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, with a two-color illustration of cranberri...
Description: Letterhead of the Felker Brothers Manufacturing Company. At the top is a color illustration of a landscape with a red barn, a farmhouse, silos, and a culve...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Advertisement for a 5 lb. gift box of fresh Wisconsin Cranberries. The advertisement tag line reads "So smart to give . . . so pleasant to receive". Pictur...
Description: Asa Curtis Bennett family holding cranberry rakes and other manual farm implements. The family is gathered around an owl standing on the ground in front of...
Description: Michael Baltus family posing in front of their log cabin two miles east of Auburndale Station, Wood County, with new frame house under construction nearby....
Description: Bee hives near the Bennett cranberry marshes.
Date: 1940 after
Description: Boom spraying of cranberries, in the Wisconsin Rapids area and probably by members of the Asa Bennett family. This technique using a tractor was developed...
Description: A flooded cranberry bog. In this case the bog was flooded in the spring in order to kill insects.
Description: From left to right: W.A. Riordan, John Buck, Leo Sorenson, Jean Nash and Del Hammond. Miss Nash, the owner of the cranberry marsh, escorts representatives...
Description: Elevated view of the J.J. Emmerich Cranberry Company showing the bog in the background with the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indian cranberry pickers' camp at the...
Description: Two men inspecting cranberry plants, most likely for pests or disease.
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