Photograph of workers weighing and sacking sugar at the Pacific Sugar Company, Visalia, Tulare County, California, ca.1900. One man is operating a lever to allow sugar to flow into a large sack. The sack is then placed onto a conveyor belt that runs it past a sewing machine(?) to seal the sack. The machine is located next to the man operating the lever contraption. Two other men (at right and left) stand and watch. The man at left is holding onto an object that looks like a club. The room is filled with sacks of sugar (foreground). In the back of the room is a large mound of sugar.