Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Various articles about agriculture and farming
New York Public Library
Collection depicts mainly African American farmers, agricultural workers and United States Department of Agriculture field agents, from the early 20th century to the late1960s, with the bulk of images dating from the mid-1930s to the early 1960s The collection consists mainly of posed and candid group portraits and candid views of field workers harvesting crops, including cotton; agricultural workers using farm and harvesting equipment; farmers with livestock and dairy and poultry produce; farmers and their families; and federal agriculture department field agents and officials meeting with farm owners. Also depicted are views of youths, indentified as Victory Farm Workers, lining up to board buses (1944); a group portrait of delegates to the Tenth National Convention of the New Farmers of America, at Virginia State College, Petersburg, Virginia (ca. 1940s); a candid portrait of civil rights activist Rev. Charles M. Sherrod, founder of the New Communities, Inc. cooperative farm in ... Read More
University of British Columbia Archives
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
[Folder 1.] Farmers, treat your oats this years to prevent oat smut -- Test! Don't guess! The average ear of corn has 600 to 700 kernels -- Starve the Hessian fly! -- Farmers Bulletin [9 issues]: July 1915-March 1916 -- Raise better pigs and earn money! -- Foot-and-mouth disease -- A lesson in plowing: plow deep -- Spraying calendar for 1915 -- Hog cholera: prevention and control -- Prevention and control of hog cholera -- Fire blight is the greatest danger to the fruit industry -- Remedies every farmer should keep in his barn -- Harvester ant -- Select your seed corn -- Improve sandy soils -- Copper plated potatoes -- Potato types -- Hessian fly control: examine your winter wheat fields -- Soil acidity day: Friday, April 14, 1916 -- Produce infertile eggs! -- Spraying calendar for 1914 -- Fighting the Hessian fly -- Bigger crops from better seed beds -- John Deere quick detachable shares -- Hogs get all the feed on a concrete feeding floor -- Rotate the crops -- Help fight these ... Read More
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library