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    • Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • livestock sod buildings sidesaddle riding windmills horses cattle swine sod houses agricultural buildings
    • Identified from left to right: Lizzie Wells (a visiting neighbor); Mary, Hennie, Robert J., Frank, Michael, Nora, Will, Anne holding Alice, and Robert G. Ferritor. About the Picture of the Robert Garrett Farritor Homestead - Custer Co. Nebraska...
    • The University of Nebraska

    • ERICKSON GILBERT CORN YIELDS NEBRASKA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION WORK NEBRASKA STATE FAIR 1943: LINCOLN NEB. REWARDS PRIZES WITTE MARJORIE WITTE ERWYN CORN EFFECT DROUGHT ON NEBRASKA SILOS 4-H CLUBS AK-SAR-BEN 4-H CLUB FAT STOCK SHOW 1943: OMAHA NEB....
    • The University of Nebraska 'Agricultural Extension Service News,' September 1943, Vol. 31 No. 12, p 1 & 6 (front cover and back page of item) Published by the Nebraska Agricultural College Extension Service, County Farm Bureaus, and U. S....
    • Cotner girls basketball

    • Basketball; Athletics
    • "Cotner girls dressed up as rival teams to entertain-probably money making for Cotner; middle of top row, Elsie Brittchild, Cotner 1909; Girls in white at right Martha Britt Troxel, Cotner Academy Students" Five young women in Minnesota uniforms in...
    • Building a dam

    • Earth dams; Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
    • "Building an earth dam for a farm pond in Harlan county in 1934 with CCC labor. Farmers furnished the horsepower and machinery." In the middle foreground a young man shovels dirt while another stands near, watching him. Across the midground four...
    • Building earth dams

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Building earth dams for farm ponds and gulley control in Harlan County in 1934 with CCC labor." A team of two horses pulls grading equipment near four men who appear to be turning soil with shovels. Farther back on the right margin stand two or...
    • Building a dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Fowler" Near the center of the image men with two or three teams of horses are working on a mound of earth that may be a dam. They are in a gently sloping rural landscape with few, widely scattered trees.
    • Finishing an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
    • "Finishing an earth dam in Harlan county with CCC labor and camp work supervisory personel: 1934, Harlan County." In a rural landscape a group of men stand scattered along the top of an earth dam and pose for a photograph. Two teams of horses...
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Building an earth dam for a farm pond in Harlan Co. with CCC labor in 1934." In the background small groups of men stand with three teams of horses hitched to construction equipment atop an earth dam. One man stands downhill to the right of the...
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Starting an earth dam for a farm pond near Alma in 1934 by CCC labor. Fowler." Eight men work among three teams of horses drawing earth-moving equipment along a broad depression between two low ridges.
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Building an earth dam for a farm pond in Harlan County in 1934 with CCC labor. Farmers furnished the horse power and machinery." Men stand among three teams of horses drawing grading equipment perpendicular to the dam in the background. Two men...
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • From envelope labeled, "Alma, Harlan County, 1933, 1934". The image shows two large groups of men manually constructing earthworks in a relatively flat, treeless landscape. In the land between the two groups, men drive two teams of horses pulling...
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • From envelope labeled, "Alma, Harlan County, 1933, 1934." A large, scattered group of men works manually constructing earthworks in a relatively flat, treeless landscape. On the right three teams of horses pull earth-moving equipment.
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams
    • "Building an earth dam for a farm poind in Harlan County in 1934 with CCC labor." In the foreground two men drive a team of four mules drawing a grader. In the right, center, and left background three more pairs of men guide horse drawn graders. ...

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