Vintage can label for tomato pulp made in Maryland by H.G. Longaker & company but sold under the Wissahickon tradename. The Wissahickon is a Creek in southeastern Pennsylvania. Rising in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, it runs about 23 miles (37 km) passing through and dividing Northwest Philadelphia before emptying into the Schuylkill River at Philadelphia. Its watershed covers about 64 square miles. The name of the creek comes from the Lenape language for 'catfish creek' or 'stream of yellowish color.'Unknown Date/USA
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