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Citrus box labels, depicting images of California scenery and everything from lions and tigers to horses and buggies, were believed to have been introduced to the packing industry in Riverside in 1886. Wood block press images, which originally had only one or two colors, were gradually replaced by lithographs affixed to the wooden crates that carried citrus crops to market. The industry was so big in the Redlands area that freezing temperatures in 1913 not only froze the crop and destroyed trees, it crippled the economy. It was bad enough that the University of Redlands almost closed. The university was only four years old and most of its money came from pledges by orange growers. AHS salutes its host venue and community with this tribute to the golden age of oranges.