Golden Jersey Creamery, 1920s–1960s
Scope and Contents
Folder contains photographs and negatives of Golden Jersey Creamery operations, including facilties, staff, founders, delivery trucks, and cows. Golden Jersey Creamery was reportedly the first in the Valley to offer pasteurized milk.
Conditions Governing Access
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57 Photographic Prints (Kodak paper) : BW photographs ; 5" x 7"
2 Photographic Prints (Contact sheets) : Black and white images ; 8" x 10"
12 Photographic Prints (Kodak Safety Film 5062) : 35 mm negatives
Language of Materials
From the Record Group: English
- Business enterprises--Rio Grande Valley. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Edinburg (Tex.) Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Golden Jersey Creamery
- Hagedorn, F.A.
- Hagedorn, Simon
- Martin, Alfred Andrew
- Martin, Harriette Dorothy (Hagedorn)
- Photographs Subject Source: Tgm
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