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Peanut Milling Company
According to the Gainesville Daily Sun on February 2, 1920, applications were available through the County Agent for free peanut seed. The Florida Peanut Milling Company offered to give the seed to all Peanut Club boys of Alachua County that year. Mr. J. Morgan Fennell, president of the company, said that the boys had to agree to place a peck of peanuts on exhibit at both the County Fair and the State Fair in Jacksonville. It was also noted that $75 in prizes were being offered by the South-Eastern Peanut Crusher's Association. The is an artist's rendition of the company. It is signed KINTZ Akron O.
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