Apples wait for processing at Lyndonville Canning Company

Posted 3 October 2013 at 12:00 am

By Bill Lattin, Orleans County Historian

LYNDONVILLE – Our view in this photo in the 1930s shows a huge pile of apples behind crates at the Lyndonville Canning Company.

One of the plant’s products was applesauce, which was sold with a label bearing the letters VB. This stood for Visher Brothers, who owned the canning factory. The two letters also doubled for “Very Best.”