Souvenir of the 7th Annual Convention of the National Canners' and Allied Associations, Baltimore, Feb'y 2 to 7, 1914: Consisting of Original Articles and Statistical Data, Illustrating the Practical Development of the Various Branches of the Canning Industry and Showing the Present Magnitude of the Business; a History of the Canning Industry, by Its Most Prominent Men
Arthur Judge I.
Canning Trade, 1914 - Canned food industries - 162 pages
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