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Date Created1950
DescriptionManpower needed to transport bads of silver dollars to main office as the controller, Elmer N. Sprenkel looks on happily. Picture taken on June 30, 1950.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionA Seabrook executive (Elmer N. Sprenkel) pitching the first ball at a softball game.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionFile photo from the early 1950s of Elmer N. Sprenkel who was Secretary/Treasurer at Seabrook Farms.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionElmer N. Sprenkel shows everyone how to hit the ball. Among those observing are "Dingy" Yamauchi and "Indian" Komatsu. (Seabrook Farms)
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1940-1955
DescriptionElmer N. Sprenkel shows how to hit a baseball while "Dingy" Yamauchi, "Indian" Komatsu and others watch.
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945), Postwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionBig-wigs at the main table during a party at the Estonian house at Seabrook Farms. Pictured here are Elmer N. Sprenkel, Else Vilms, CF Seabrook, Maimu Miido, and Endel Miido.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionController Sprenkle paying off employee (Barbara Pratt) as "C.F." Seabrook smiles with Mrs. Nellie T. Ross, Director of the U.S. Mint looking on. Picture taken at Seabrook Farms on June 30, 1950.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950
DescriptionBarbara Pratt being paid off by the controller (Elmer N. Sprenkel) as Charles and the Director of Mint (Nellie Taylor Ross) look on. A newspaper article in the Bridgeton Evening News of July 1, 1950...
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1950-1960
DescriptionGroup portrait of Charles F. Seabrook and supervisors, foreladies, foremen, and managers of Seabrook Farms during the eary 1950s.
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Date Created1950-1955
DescriptionCharles F. Seabrook and his supervisors, foreladies, foreman and managers. Picture taken in the early 1950s at Seabrook Farms.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)