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Date Created1953
DescriptionJack Keefe, supervisor of Cumberland Warehouse, conducts a tour for visitors to Seabrook. In the photo, he points out the Amerio plate freezers.
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Date Created1950-1960
DescriptionWilliam J. Scheffer was the plant manager at Seabrook Farms. He was also a former Hungarian cavalry officer.
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Date Created1950-1960
DescriptionThis steam stack is one example of the self-sufficient operations at Seabrook Farms. The Farms produced its own utilities, such as electricity and clean water. Steam was used for cooking and...
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AuthorSeabrook, John M.
Date Created1995
DescriptionJohn Seabrook, son of Charles F. Seabrook, writes about the personal and professional life of his father, and the company his father owned, Seabrook Farms. The Appendix contains the company's annual...
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Date Created1950-1960
DescriptionJohn Emmons was one of the supervisors of the Freezing Department at Seabrook Farms. After produce was packaged, wrapped, and sorted on the marathon line, the cartons would then be moved to the giant...
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Date Created1952
DescriptionThis photo from December 1952, pictures the top management members at Seabrook Farms. From left to right are Peter Brothers, Don McAllister, and Lee Towson. Don McAllister and Pete Brothers worked...
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Date Created1953
DescriptionThis November 23, 1953, photograph shows Kaoru Kamikawa standing in front of the Amerio freezers at Seabrook Farms. He is mentioned in Iddy Asada's essay, 'I remember Hoover Village.' When Iddy's...
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Date Created1950-1959
DescriptionPictured is Wendell Stamm, supervisor of the Raw Material Grading Department at the Seabrook factory. John Fuyuume describes produce grading and sampling in his memoir, 'I remember summers at...
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Date Created1940-1994
DescriptionThis photograph shows the front view of the factory at Seabrook. John Fuyuume describes the factory in his meoir, 'I remember summers at Seabrook as a college student.'
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Date Created1920-1960
DescriptionRalph Clark, of the Seabrook Farms Contract Department, is pictured. Mr. Clark helped contract private farmers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, to grow product for Seabrook Farms.