Box factories

Clinician: 

Wooden boxes were the only and preferred package for shipping produce from fields and most orchards to retail outlets from the 19th century until the 1960's. Nearly a third of all pine timber cut in our nation, excluding that for paper, was used in this manner. This clinic uses photographs from the presenter's collection and experience as a machine operator in a Califonia box factory for illustration.

Format: 
lecture
Day Time Room
Saturday, Aug 29 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Hood