Photograph of bins and piles of sugar beets in Visalia, 1900-1940. Two large wooden bins are visible running from bottom left towards the top right. The right-most bin is filled with sugar beets, and the top of a man's head is visible inside. To the right is a small wooden shed-like structure. Two men stand near the opening at right, while "A.T. & S.F. 17991" is painted on the side of the structure. Piles of sugar beats on a slope line the right side of the bins, while the front of a wooden fence is visible to the right of the structure. Open grassy land, trees, and a fence are visible in the background.