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    Collection Item 37861
    Creation Date: 1905
    Catalog ID: 1998.90.2.3
    Call Number: 1998.90.2.3
    Scene of tall stacks of 100,000 wheat sacks in Pasco, WA. An elevator operated by a gasoline engine stands beside the stacks, for lifting the sacks. Two men stand on top of the stacks. Four horse drawn wagons are in front of the stacks, although the figures are small. C.W. Granger drives the first one, and Charlie Logg the second. The following two wagons are driven by Jack McGee, Dave Farrin, Rawleigh Farrin, and Peter Anderson.
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    [Ellison family haying]
    Creation Date: ca. 1903
    Catalog ID: C1951.3.3
    Call Number: C1951.3.3
    Photograph of a hay wagon loaded with hay and pulled by a white horse, identified as the Ellison family of Kamilche, WA, Mason County, ca. 1903. A motor car filled with hay to the right. One man and three women stand on the top of the hay. The women wear white dresses and the man a white shirt with dark pants. Another man at right wears dark pants, suspenders, a work shirt and hat and holds long pitch fork. Handwritten on image, back: Ray Ellison and Dad, Vena, Hattie, and Minnie over on the old farm in haying time. Old Kennedy Farm in Kamilche Valley. Judge Kennedy and wife buried on old place. The picture taken over 40 years ago (now 1943)
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    Two Rivers
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.13364
    Call Number: 1943.42.13364
    Looking up the dirt road through the center of the small settlement of Two Rivers located 12 miles southeast of Pasco in Walla Walla County, Washington. Asahel Curtis
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    "ask Lenare and Frank Madrow Conrad Repp"
    Creation Date: ca 1905
    Catalog ID: 1996.114.30
    Call Number: 1996.114.30
    View of hay making day on the farm. Several wagon loads of fresh cut hay are being off loaded into the hay loft. There are several men working on this project as well as at least four teams of horses and wagons. There is a donkey engine with a large belt running to a conveyor belt which lifts the hay to the loft opening.
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    Picking Apples at Mrs. Victor Dorris' Orchard, Yakima Area
    Creation Date: Oct. 1908
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.11328
    Call Number: 1943.42.11328
    Black and white glass plate negative image of a few men and 3 women picking apples at the orchard of Mrs. Victor Dorris in the Yakima area, Yakima County, WA, Oct. 1908. Some stand on ladders. Crates full of apples are loaded on a flatbed wagon pulled by a horse team, which is in the foreground. A man standing on the ground holds the horses' reins. Asahel Curtis
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    [Gathering watermelons from field] Lewiston-Clarkston Imp. Co.
    Creation Date: Aug. 25, 1910
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.19715
    Call Number: 1943.42.19715
    Black and white, close glass plate negative image of the rear and side of a farm wagon in a field in Asotin County, WA piled with watermelons being harvested from the field, Aug. 25, 1910. A few watermeloms are scattered on the ground in the foreground, and some are piled on the ground near the wagon. A man stands by the wagon, and 2 men are on the wagon. Sign on side of wagon: Clarkston Dray Co. The wagon is pulled by 2 teams of either horses or mules which are only partially visible. Asahel Curtis
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    Packing Apples at Mr. Van Brant's Place, Yakima County
    Creation Date: Oct. 1908
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.11303A
    Call Number: 1943.42.11303A
    Black and white glass plate negative image of several men and five women packing apples into apple crates at tables beside a packing shed at Mr. Van Brant's place, Yakima County, WA, Oct. 1908. All wear hats, and most of the packer's faces are hidden from view. Several stacks of filled apple crates are on the ground near the table which is piled with apples. A horse team drawn flat wagon is loaded with crated apples in image right. An orchard is in the background.
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    [Dumping beets into the conveyor]
    Creation Date: 1928
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.54539
    Call Number: 1943.42.54539
    Agricultural workers dump a field wagon of sugar beets into a conveyor and loader near Bellingham, Washington. One man operates a pulley that tilts the wagon bed, dumping the contents into the conveyor.
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    Collection Item 74034
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2006.0.268
    Call Number: 2006.0.268|RR/GN/TRM/1
    Many stacked boxes, presumably containing fruit, are stacked on a railroad platform and wagon beside a Great Northern Railway train, probably in Wenatchee, WA. Signs on the side of 2 railroad cars: Wenatchee Valley Fruits, from Wenatchee Produce Co., Wenatchee, WA. Five men and 3 boys stand on the platform beside the boxes, and 3 boys sit on top of the railroad cars. Two horse drawn wagons, with fruit boxes, are seen from the rear in lower right corner.
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    [David R. Mock and dog on farm wagon, Molson, WA]
    Creation Date: Sep. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2014.75.1
    Call Number: 2014.75.1
    Black and white, close photographic image of David R. Mock and his dog, viewed in profile, on a horse team drawn farm wagon near Molson, Okanogan County, WA, Sept. 1910. Some full sacks, possibly full of wheat, are on the back of the wagon. The dog sits behind Mock on top of the sacks. A hillside rises in the background. Card is addressed on reverse to Miss Leola Mock, Molson Wash, September 1910. Message from another copy, "Haf you got rume [room] in your albin [album] for this kind of sinery [scenery]. I haf knot got my wheat hald [halled] off yet. I had to help Mr. Block trash [thresh] so I haf got for lods [four loads] to hall yet. It is hrd [hard] on the old man to load wheat sacks. Well I haf so mutch to dow [do] I don't no with [which] to do first.. Well, I will quit for this time. From your loving father to Edith." Patty Greenslitt Black Collection.