"the sun-bonneted woman...who smiles on every box of sun-maid raisins was a real person,' writes victoria woeste in audacity magazine. 'her name was lorraine collett and in 1915 she was sitting in her front yard letting her hair dry before participating in fresno's first raisin day parade. a sun-maid executive was passing by and was struck by the sight. he had a photographer come take her picture, then had artist fanny scafford paint the picture from it.' all collett made from it was a $15 modeling fee and a bit part in a 1963 film called trail of the lonesome pine. the original bonnet is now in the smithsonian."