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Honey Bee Display

Honey Bee Display
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Title: Honey Bee Display
Description: Display of bees in a large observation hive. The frames are behind glass or plastic. A man in white shirt, black pants and a plaid hat stands to the right, looking at the bees. Signs attached to the display read "Queen Bee is marked by a spot of blue paint on her back," "A new honey queen will be crowned Saturday night on grandstand stage," and "Courtesy of Outagamie County Beekeepers Association."

Image ID: 106248
City, State: Wisconsin
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association : Records, 1875-1979
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Signs and symbols
Agricultural exhibitions
Bee culture
Indoor photography
Clothing and dress
Associations, institutions, etc.

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