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What Do Corn Can Labels Have to Do with the Future of Maize?
Kentucky Ag Connection - 08/05/2022

The Glendora Products Company in Warren, Pa., packed a variety of fruits and vegetables between 1916 and 1954. USDA's Special Collections houses this company's collection of mint-condition labels of various products and manufacturers. This collection includes assorted 20th century corn labels printed between 1925 and 1942. A digital photograph album of the can labels is available for browsing.

Want to find out what's in store for corn in the 21st century and beyond?

Join the National Agricultural Library on Aug. 9 at 1 p.m. EDT for the final webinar in a three-part series titled, "What Does the Future Hold for Corn and Maize?"

Join at https://bit.ly/3oTdXSi

This event is free to attend as well as live-streamed and captioned. The recording will be posted here after the event. If you need an accommodation to attend, please contact us by phone [301-504-5755] or email five business days in advance.


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