Art in the Citrus Industry: A Collection of Crate Labels, Photos and Artifacts is on view at Florida House. Celebrating orange growers, the exhibit features some of the custom crate labels used by packing houses across the state. The labels are colorful and reflect a wide variety of themes. There are hundreds more labels in books available for visitors to browse and you can order reproductions of your favorite labels. Also on display are a picking bag, photos from the Florida Archives and a decorative collection of citrus reamers and other memorabilia inspired by oranges and the orange juice industry. And, of course, visitors to Florida House are always offered a glass of Florida’s Natural orange juice!
Florida House is open from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday and is free to the public.
This exhibit is made possible by:
Gerrianne Schaad, Archivist and the Sarah D. and L. Kirk McKay, Jr. Archives Center at Florida Southern College
The Clemons Family
The Putnam Family
and Florida’s Natural