National Geographic : 1941 May
cU iaN1onai Ieograpnic oociery Grapes Today-Juice Tomorrow Harvesttime comes to Keuka vineyards in late September. Gathered in 42 pound trays, grapes are stacked at ends of vine rows. Wagons and trucks take them to presses near by. The Delaware, shown here, is one of the first to ripen. .Koacnromes DyHtarrlson nUweii YVrIKer Busily They Barber aVineyard Using scissors, grape pickerssnip luscious bunches from the vine into trays. Workers are paid five cents a tray. Aperson picking steadily cangather about a ton in ten hours. Here in Pleasant Valley anacre averages two tons.