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Frank Clare homestead, Finney County, Kansas

This photograph shows the out buildings on Frank Clare's homestead. Maude Elliott remembered him as having the only windmill in the district. The photograph also shows an infant and a dog.

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Harvesting hay in Sheridan County, Kansas

This photograph depicts haying time on Walker Ranch, possibly 1910, Sheridan County. Shown in the photo are a horse-drawn haystacker, dump rake, a man on top of the haystack, and a man on a horse.

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Round-up in Clark County, Kansas

Steele, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1866-1936

This is a view of cowboys on their horses at a roundup in Clark County, Kansas. In the foreground are bedrolls and blankets. A windmill and a herd of horses are visible in the background.

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Harvesting kafir corn and loading a header barge

Steele, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1866-1936

This is a view of farmers harvesting kafir corn in Haskell County, Kansas. Robert Franklin (Frank) McCoy is in the foreground holding stalks of kafir corn. Visible in the background are two unidentified men with the horse-drawn harvester and header barge equipment.

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Harvesting wheat, Ellis County

Alex Schumacher and his brothers, Volga-German immigrants, use a steam powered threshing machine to harvest wheat near Munjor, Kansas.

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Mexican "Braceros", Phoenix, Arizona

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company

This colored slide shows a group of "Mexican "Braceros" picking heads of lettuce in the Salt River Valley near Phoenix, Arizona. A "bracero" was a farm laborer from Mexico who was contracted on a temporary basis during World War II, between the Mexican and the United States government to assist with the labor shortage in the U.S. After the war the "Bracero Program", as it was commonly referred to, continued among the two countries until it formally ended in 1964.

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Harvest scene, Finney County, Kansas

A photograph showing men and women harvesting wheat in Finney County, Kansas. Also pictured is some of the equipment used for harvesting.

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Harvesting wheat

View of a group of men and boys harvesting wheat on the Fowler Farm in Russell County, Kansas.

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Wes Jackson

Wes Jackson, Director of the Land Institute, in Salina, Kansas, standing in a field of native grasses.

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Mexican "Bracero", Santa Ana, California

Erb, Don

This colored slide shows a Mexican "Bracero" picking Valencia oranges near a grove in Santa Ana, California. A "bracero" was a farm laborer from Mexico who was contracted on a temporary basis, during World War II, between the Mexican and the United States government to assist with the labor shortage in the U.S. . After the war the "Bracero Program", as it was commonly referred to, continued among the two countries until it formally ended in 1964.

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