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January 16, 2020

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Former Dayton resident Kay McFarland, now of Walla Walla, responded after seeing this photo in the "Who Are They?" in the January 2, 2020, Dayton Chronicle. It was a photo provided by the Historic Dayton Depot Society, it being in their archives sans identifying information. According to McFarland, this crew worked for Erbes & Son's Sunnybrook Orchard, and were the all-girl thinning and picking crew for the orchard during the World War II years, which included McFarland's mother, Gladys. The orchard was located up the North Touchet, McFarland said.

Former Dayton resident Kay McFarland, now of Walla Walla, responded after seeing this photo in the "Who Are They?" in the January 2, 2020, Dayton Chronicle. It was a photo provided by the Historic Dayton Depot Society, it being in their archives sans identifying information. According to McFarland, this crew worked for Erbes & Son's Sunnybrook Orchard, and were the all-girl thinning and pic...



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