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Old Town Winchester, Virginia from the air

Old Town Winchester, Virginia from the air

In 1933, G. R. Palmeter left a meeting of the Apple Blossom Committee at the Cornwallis Inn to purchase china from a representative of the Royal Albert China of England. While there, he asked the salesman about creating a pattern called "Blossom Time," to tie in with the Apple Blossom Festival. The design is an actual picture of the Ralph Eaton farm, in the Annapolis Valley. {Nova Scotia, Canada} The result was "BLOSSOM TIME CHINA".

In 1933, G. R. Palmeter left a meeting of the Apple Blossom Committee at the Cornwallis Inn to purchase china from a representative of the Royal Albert China of England. While there, he asked the salesman about creating a pattern called "Blossom Time," to tie in with the Apple Blossom Festival. The design is an actual picture of the Ralph Eaton farm, in the Annapolis Valley. {Nova Scotia, Canada} The result was "BLOSSOM TIME CHINA".

From the Archives PastPefect photo collection...135 North Braddock Street, known as Lloyd Logan Home, Sheridan’s Headquarters, Elks club. Sign below red apple says ”Elks Exhibit 1925 Apple Blossom Festival”

From the Archives PastPefect photo collection...135 North Braddock Street, known as Lloyd Logan Home, Sheridan’s Headquarters, Elks club. Sign below red apple says ”Elks Exhibit 1925 Apple Blossom Festival”

April 25, 1925. "Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester, Virginia." Our second glimpse at these curious goings-on. National Photo Co. View full size.

April 25, 1925. "Apple Blossom Festival at Winchester, Virginia." Our second glimpse at these curious goings-on. National Photo Co. View full size.

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