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A horse-drawn produce wagon driven by Wayne Buckner, of Falls City, Wash., sits Friday at the Pike Place Market in Seattle in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the public produce market. The market was born Aug. 17, 1907, when farmers, responding to public demand for lower onion prices, pulled horse-drawn wagons to the same corner shown here to sell their crops directly to the public.

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