Collection contains of microfilm copies of letters,
memoranda, reports, speeches, bulletins, accounts,
photographs, and printed material related primarily to
Teague's career as president of various companies and
associations connected with the citrus industry in
California. Also includes microfilm copies of papers
pertaining to his service on the US Federal Farm Board and
as a UC Regent.
Charles Collins Teague was born in Caribou, Maine, June 11, 1873. He was married to Harriet McKevett in 1897, and until his
death in 1950 was associated mainly with the development of agriculture in southern California. His connections with this
work were so numerous and diverse that they can only be listed below in chronological order. Material relating to Charles
C. Teague's activities in most of those organizations will be found in his papers.
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
4 oversize boxes
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