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Browse: Miscellaneous > Open-Air Markets

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Image   M-O-M-05
Yearunknown
TextOlean, NY Producers' Market, three years old. Before the market opened, it was believed that there was not enough food produced in the neighborhood of the city to supply a market.

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Image   M-O-M-01
Year1915
Text'Apple day'' at the Ithaca City Market where in the fall of 1915, six hundred bushels were sold to consumers before sunrise.

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Image   M-O-M-02
Year1915
TextStudies in democracy at the city market in Ithaca, NY where shawl clad immigrants and society favorites find a way to increase the buying power of a dollar. (Probably Fall 1915)

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Image   M-O-M-03
Year1915
TextA Bee Line between Producer and Consumer for Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Dairy and Poultry Products, Farmbaked and Farm-canned goods, wood, and Christmas trees! Ithaca, NY (Probably Fall 1915)

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Image   M-O-M-04
Year1915
TextWhere Producer Meets Consumer and the Producer gets a larger share of the Consumer's dollar and the Consumer more for that dollar. Ithaca, NY. (Probably Fall 1915)

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Image   M-O-M-06
Year1917
TextCurb market in Syracuse, NY. Before the market opened (in September 1917) producers were able to get only 50 a bushel for beans which cost the consumer 9 a pound.

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Image   M-O-M-07
Year1917
TextCurb market in Middletown, NY, established 1917.

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Image   M-O-M-08
Year1917
TextCurb market in Middletown, NY, established 1917.

   

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