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    Every Wednesday is organic farmer day in the Pike Place Market: June 25 through October 29, 1997
    Creation Date: 1997
    Catalog ID: 1997.1.438
    Call Number: EPH-B/979.777/1412/Ev27p/1997
    1 poster; col. ill.; Col. ill. of market stands and woman with beets
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    Collection Item 101740
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2009.184.3
    Black and white, ca. 1910, image of a farmer posing for the photographer, standing by a riding plow in an open field, drawn by 3 teams of horses, near Marcellus, Adams County, WA.
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    Auction Audience, 1938
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.105
    Call Number: S1991.37.105
    Black and white image of an auction audience probably in Auburn, King County, WA. Men and women are sitting on four rows of bleachers paying close attention to the auction proceedings. Floyd Oles Collection
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    Peacock Farm, 1889
    Creation Date: 2014
    Catalog ID: 2014.4.22.1
    digitized photograph showing Peacock Farm, 1889. In 1887 and 1888, Charles and Ellen Peacock acquired 200 acres from the Northern Pacific Railroad Company. The 30 acres owned by Richard Peacock today were part of a 40-acre parcel purchase by 36-year-old Ellen Peacock in 1888 for $4 per acre. Charles logged the land and built a house (in 1889), barn and other buildings. In addition to farming, Charles did logging, owned a sawmill, and did carpentry work. The Peacocks lived in nearby Franklin where Charles worked in the coal mines before moving onto this land.The Peacocks had seven children. Image part of the WA125 Digital Album, 2014.
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    Gibson Brothers herd of Buffalo, Yakima, Washington
    Creation Date: ca. 1900-1910
    Catalog ID: 2014.0.367
    Call Number: 2014.0.367
    Black and white, close photographic image of the Gibson Brothers' herd of perhaps 20 buffalo on open land in Yakima County, WA, ca. 1900-1910.
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    "Notice about Twenty Young Able Bodied Farm Laboring Servants..."
    Creation Date: Feb. 10, 1836
    Catalog ID: 1995.117.2
    Call Number: EPH-A 979.51406 N845 1836
    Flyer, recruitment notice for men (and their families) to work as indentured farm laborers in North America for the Hudson's Bay Company, dated Feb. 10, 1836. Free passage to America and a land grant is offered in return for 5 years of indentured farm work. Printed by H. K. Causton Printer, Birchin-Lane, London, England.
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    Untitled
    Creation Date: ca. 1930
    Catalog ID: 1974.35.190
    Printing block, linoleum with plywood backing. Image is of a farmer firing a shotgun in the air. He has a broom/hobbyhorse between his legs. There is carved lettering at the top and bottom.
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    Collection Item 90270
    Creation Date: 1964-1980
    Catalog ID: 2004.162.679
    Round, pin back button showing support for Pike Place Market with green lettering on white background. Organization name on front border edge; made for friends of the market. With straight pin fastener. Large free style green printed letters.
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    Buckeye Mowers, Droppers, Table Rakes, and Binders
    Creation Date: ca. 1887
    Catalog ID: 2018.1.87
    Call Number: EPH/621.43/Au54b/1887
    One card (col. ill., 8.5 x 13.5 cm) by Aultman, Miller & Co. advertising their Buckeye Folding Binder. The black and white illustration on the front shows a man riding a horse-drawn binder through a field of grain with a farmhouse in the background. The verso shows an enlarged illustration of the same equipment plus a description of its features. Red, yellow, and blue lettering on a gold-color background with black and white illustrations of the binders. Ephemera
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    Little boy on horse near Prosser, WA
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 1999.66.192
    Black and white image, c. 1915, of a little boy sitting on the bare back of a horse with a braided mane in a field near Prosser, Benton County, WA. The boy smiles at the camera, and holds a small dog in his arms. A farmer standing beside the horse holds the reins. Three other horses are nearby.