Apple Crate Label

Description (Brief)
This Lake Wenatchee brand apple crate from Wenatchee, Washington was in use around 1900-1940. The wilderness depicted on the Lake Wenatchee label invokes an American longing for nature through the pastoral image of snowy mountains, blue lakes, and a log cabin on the shore. The Pacific Northwest was renowned for its apple production at this time, and Wenatchee was called “the apple capital of the world.”
Currently not on view
Object Name
crate label
referenced business
Cascoa Growers
Physical Description
paper (crate label material)
wood (substrate material)
crate label: 8 3/4 in x 10 in; 22.225 cm x 25.4 cm
Place Made
United States: Washington, Cashmere
ID Number
accession number
catalog number
Crate Labels
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Work and Industry: Agriculture
Crate Labels
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
Credit Line
L.E. Leininger

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