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Sardineking.com - The largest collection of vintage California sardine can labels on the internet. Sardineking specializes in old Cannery Row, Monterey, California sardine can labels from the 1920-1940s. Here you can find photo galleries of old California sardine, pilchards, mackerel, squid and tuna can labels from the old canneries and fishing fleets of Monterey, San Francisco, Oakland, Oxnard and Los Angeles.
Sardine Labels Image Library Updated 10/31/2008. Always adding new labels monthly.
Vintage Sardines, Pilchards, Mackerel, Tuna and Squid labels from Monterey,
San Francisco, Los Angeles and Oxnard, California. (1920-1960s)
Find the best calamari in California.
Michael Kenneth Hemp, world renowned squid sandwich expert, has traveled accross the great state of California in search of the finest calamari. If you like squid, or calamari as Michael likes to call it, you won't want to miss his upcoming reviews at The Squid Brothers of eating establishments that offer one of our favorite mollusks as steaks, rings or sandwich-style.
Cannery Row: The History of John Steinbeck's Old Ocean view Avenue
by Michael Kenneth Hemp is now available and you can buy your copy here. See Cannery Row as it really was through archive photos of professional Monterey photographers. This book also serves as an indispensable companion reference to all of John Steinbeck's Cannery Row literature: "Cannery Row" (1945), "Sweet Thursday" (1954), and "Log From The Sea of Cortez" (1951).
124 archival photos from the Pat Hathaway Historical Photo Collection of California Views illustrate the evolution of the Monterey Peninsula from its earliest inhabitants to the socio-economic disaster following the disappearance of the once "inexhaustible" supply of sardines.
Pacific Sardine Fact Sheet--all about sardines
Labels Wanted --we buy old vintage sardine labels.
Links --visit some of our friends.
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