Yakima, Washington: October, 1927. Bakers loading the 400 gallons of apples used to make the world's largest apple pie to celebrate National Apple Week in Yakima. The pie is 10 feet across, and it took five cords of wood to heat the oven to bake it. It weighs 1 ton, and was consumed by 2000 school children. | Stock Photo #1035-11659

Stock Photo #1035-11659, Yakima, Washington:   October, 1927. Bakers loading the 400 gallons of apples used to make the world

Stock Photo - Yakima, Washington: October, 1927. Bakers loading the 400 gallons of apples used to make the world's largest apple pie to celebrate National Apple Week in Yakima. The pie is 10 feet across, and it took five cords of wood to heat the oven to bake it. It weighs 1 ton, and was consumed by 2000 school children.
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