Chicago Packer

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Chicago Packer
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TypeWeekly newspaper
Founded1899
HeadquartersChicago, Illinois

The Chicago Packer (1899–1910)[1] was a weekly newspaper published in the early 20th century which catered to the interests of commercial growers, produce handlers, and poultry farmers. It devoted to fruits, vegetables, butter, eggs and poultry. Specifically published out Chicago, Illinois as an edition of the Kansas City Packer there were other editions published out of New York City, New York, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Los Angeles, California.[2]

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  1. ^ Stuntz, Stephen C. (1941). List of the Agricultural Periodicals of the United States and Canada Published During the Century 1810-1910. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. ^ Stuntz, Stephen (1941). List of the agricultural periodicals of the United States, Volumes 397-400. U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 30.

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