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Two People Working in Field
Garden Scene

Garden Scene

Photographs

Man Standing in Cornfield
Horses and Colts in Pasture
Haystack, John Red Goose
Field Irrigation Ditch
Small Fruit Trees
Men Digging

Men Digging

Photographs

Rosebud Fair Celebration
Rising Hail Barn

Rising Hail Barn

Photographs

Cottage

Cottage

Photographs

Rock Quarry

Rock Quarry

Photographs

Drag Saw at Rock Quarry
Homemade Baby Bed
Plan 125

Plan 125

Photographs

Plan 124

Plan 124

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Plan 124

Plan 124

Photographs

Plan P-2

Plan P-2

Photographs

Women Working in Field
Men Planting Trees
Henry Scisson's Barn
Ted Odden Horses and Barn
Horse on Range

Horse on Range

Photographs

Lee St. Pierre House
Lorin McIntyre Farmstead
Ted Odden Granary
Noel Lunderson Poultry Coup
Plan 125

Plan 125

Photographs

Mixing Cement

Mixing Cement

Photographs

Plan 125

Plan 125

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Book Auto, Tompkins County, New York

Book Auto, Tompkins County, New York

Original caption:Visit to rural school, Ithaca, New York. Historical File of the Office of Information, Department of Agriculture

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