National Geographic : 1933 May
Photograph from Dr. Frederick V. Coville NEW JERSEY RAISES 95 PER CENT OF THE NATION'S IMPROVED, CULTIVATED BLUEBERRY CROP When given the care usually bestowed on cultivated crops, the blueberry sickens and dies; but pine barrens afford a type of acid soil and climate ideally suited to the development of large berries. Those in this photo graph are reproduced normal size. Photograph by Edwin L.Wisherd MANY SHAVING TUBESARE MADE OF PURE TIN, OTHERS ARE FASHIONED FROM ALUMINUM In this Bloomfield tube factory tin disks, like "plug nickels," are first pressed into shape by plungers, aprocess comparable topushing one's hand into dough in a cup, forcing the dough up around the wrist. Then the tubes are sent to the lithographing machine for labeling.