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From Digital Archives: Blossom time in Wenatchee Valley

by Brian Zylstra | May 30th, 2014

Wenatchee-Valley-blossoms

(Photo courtesy of Washington State Digital Archives)

If you’re ever in the mood to look at cool, classic photos of Washington places, just check out the photo collections in our Digital Archives website. There are thousands of shots to see, including this Asahel Curtis lantern slide photo of fruit tree orchards blossoming in the Wenatchee Valley in the spring of 1928. You can see the Columbia River in the distance.

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