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DescriptionThe Seabrooker was a community newsletter periodically published by Seabrook Farms during the 1900s. These newsletter issues are representative of the values of sharing, tolerance, and respect...
DescriptionThe pictures shows a rock and cactus garden made by internees at the Poston, Arizona camp.
DescriptionJamaicans playing cricket.
DescriptionPhoto of the Main Office of Seabrook Farms.
DescriptionChildren at play on the school grounds.
DescriptionWhen they initially began arriving, Estonian and other refugees were initially housed in Hoover Village, which the company had built in 1944 when the federal housing complex had proved insufficient...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
DescriptionWhen spinach was cut by hand, it was sent in baskets to the plant, but after a mechanical harvestor was developed, large dumptrucks were used. Rows and rows of baskets of spinach are on the front...
DescriptionWaiting in front of the general store for the "green bus" to take the people on an outing. This is before the "School Village" was developed.
DescriptionPictured is the Seabrook Farms quality control team. From left to right: Iddy Taniguchi, Suzie Taniguchi, Vera Cornish, Yuri Takata.
DescriptionThis is a portrait of Charles Franklin Seabrook, CEO of Seabrook Farms Co., Inc.