Women employees at VITA Foods 1969 May

Women employees at VITA Foods 1969 May

Still Image


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This 4" x 4" color photo shows a group of female employees of VITA Foods in Chestertown, Maryland. The women stand in two rows before a blackboard and hold an unidentified object. All are dressed in their blue VITA Foods uniforms. James Hill, a teacher at Garnet High School, is dressed in a sports coat stands to the left of the women. From left to right in the back row is Ethel Boyer, Peggy Goldsboro, an unknown woman, and Florence Freeman. In the front row is Lena Clark, Dorothy Wilson, Florence Jones, Mary Smith, and Lena Cotton. They appear to be receiving a certificate or diploma for completing some form of training.  May 1969

English
original photographs
Factory Workers, Vita Foods Corporation
Cannery workers, Women cannery workers, Canneries Chestertown


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