CALIFORNIA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES - 1960S MONTAGE This montage of the many fruits and vegetables grown and harvested in California includes fields of lettuce from Salinas Valley, lemon trees, harvests of cherries, peaches, grapes, dates, tomatoes, carrots, celery and more both by hand and with machinery which helps farmers produce more food for the nation.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:22:00, No Audio
COFFEE BEANS RAKED INTO PILES AND COVERED Coffee beans are raked by plantation workers into small knee-high piles to dry in the sun. Workers also pull waterproof canvas tarps over two of the piles in order to protect them from unwanted moisture.
AUTOMATED MACHINES HULL COFFEE BEANS Workers in a factory operate machines that hull the outer fruit from a coffee berry and separate the coffee bean from the chaff. A machine also separates beans according to their size.
COFFEE BEAN INSPECTION AND SEPARATION A factory machine separates coffee beans according to size. Female workers also separate beans by hand, and a male worker loads large sacks with beans in preparation for shipping.
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