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Citrus Experiment Station Centennial Exhibit at Special Collections: A View of the Exhibit Cases 

Citrus Experiment Station Centennial Exhibit at Special Collections:
A View of the Exhibit Cases 

Early History of the Citrus Experiment Station | Fiftieth and Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Celebrations | Gems from the Citrus Experiment Station Library
The California Citrograph | The Exhibit Cases in Special Collections | Checklist of Books in the Exhibit | Link to the UCR Science Library's Citrus History Exhibit

  View of CES Centennial Exhibit An overview of the five exhibit cases on site at UC Riverside Libraries' Special Collections, October 2006
  CES Centennial Exhibit, Case 1

Exhibit Case 1 highlighted the earliest history of the University of California Citrus Experiment Station in Riverside, including the founding document, early research faculty, and the first building. An Avery Field panorama photograph shows the view of 1912 Riverside from the CES facility at the foot of Mount Rubidoux.

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  CES Centennial Exhibit, Case 2

Exhibit Case 2 showed publications and photographs from the previous milestone celebrations at 50 and 75 years, including the conference programs and views of the 50th anniversary library exhibit.

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  CES Centennial Exhibit, Case 3

Exhibit Case 3 was home to the oldest books from the Citrus Experiment Station Library (now in UCR Libraries' Special Collections), some of which date back to the seventeenth century.

Go to Earliest Books in Citrus Research page ...

  CES Centennial Exhibit, Case 4

Exhibit Case 4 contained a selection of books on citriculture from the nineteenth century, representing the latest information available to the first researchers. The CES staff soon began to add to this body of knowledge, putting Riverside on the world map as a leader in citrus research.

Go to Nineteenth Century Research page ...

  CES Centennial Exhibit, Case 5, Citrograph

Exhibit Case 5 was dedicated to the California Citrograph, the trade publication of the California citrus grower, with covers from several decades.

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  CES Centennial Exhibit, Herbert J. Webber Displayed on an easel was the official portrait of Herbert J. Webber, first Director of the Citrus Experiment Station, which graced the wall of the CES for many years before it found its new home in Special Collections.
  CES Centennial Exhibit, Easel, Aerial view This 1928 "airplane view" of the second site of the Citrus Experiment Station was also displayed on an easel in the exhibit. It shows the 1917 buildings as well as the vast surrounding agricultural land devoted to citrus and subtropical crop research, with the Gage Canal traversing it. These lands became the foundation for the University of California, Riverside campus, established in 1954.
    

This slideshow is a closer look at the 1928 "airplane view" of the Citrus Experiment Station. The photograph is overlayed on, and alternates with, a recent satellite image of UCR from Google Earth. A comparison of the images shows the growth of the campus.

Note - to pause the slide show on an image, place the mouse cursor over that picture.
(Credits: Eric Milenkiewicz for scanning the photograph, Ken Furuta for creating the overlay).

Last modified: 1/5/2007 4:23 PM by by K. Furuta

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