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    • Corn shredder.

    • Corn; Corn cribs; Agricultural machinery & implements; Carts & wagons; Horses; Men
    • A man stands on a corn shredder in a field of dirt and cropped corn, operating a wheel; another man stands with his arm on the shredder. In front of the shredder a dark horse and a white horse are attached to a cart bearing three barrels. Across...
    • Corn exhibit at 1904 World's Fair

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Agricultural exhibits; Corn; Drawings
    • Display at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, probably in the Palace of Agriculture, featuring a framed illustration of an Native American man in a checked blanket holding a narrow pipe to his mouth, with two women farming in the distance in...
    • Gritting corn.

    • Log cabins; Corn; Boys
    • Boy on a porch of a log cabin in Letcher County, Kentucky "gritting" corn by scraping an ear of corn along a rough board and catching the grits in a large bowl.
    • Nebraska exhibit at 1904 World's Fair.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Agricultural exhibits; Corn
    • Indoor exhibit at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, probably in the Palace of Agriculture, of a tower labeled "Nebraska" topped by an eagle standing on a starry ball. The tower is decorated with ears of dry corn and is surrounded by tables...
    • Aunt West with broom and basket in front of corn.

    • Women; Brooms & brushes; Baskets; Corn shocks; Shawls
    • Aunt West (an old woman wearing a light-colored dress and shawl) sits in front of a pile of corn, holding a broom, with a basket at her feet. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Aunt West with broom and basket in front of corn.

    • Women; Brooms & brushes; Baskets; Corn shocks; Shawls
    • Aunt West (an old woman wearing a dark dress and shawl) sits in front of a pile of corn, holding a broom, with a basket at her feet. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Jilson Setters standing by piles of harvested corn, 1932.

    • Men; Staffs (Sticks); Corn shocks
    • Jilson Setters (a pseudonym for James William (J.W.) Day, 1860-1942), wearing a hat and carrying a cane, stands by piles of harvested corn resembling haystacks (probably on his farm in Rowan County, Kentucky). Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Man and woman standing in corn by cabin.

    • Men; Women; Log cabins; Corn shocks
    • A woman wearing a long dress and man wearing a suit and straw hat stand outside a dilapidated log cabin amid a field of corn. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Hauling corn.

    • Ox teams; Corn; Sleds & sleighs; Farming; Mountains
    • A team of six oxen pull a sled of corn. A man on horseback and a dog follow behind.
    • Corn shocks.

    • Farms; Corn shocks; Landscape photographs
    • Corn stalks are gathered into shocks in a field at harvest time. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • U.S. Highway 25E at Bailey Switch, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Roads; Streets; Rural areas; Trees; Automobiles; Railroad bridges; Railroads; Hills; Mountains; Farming; Corn
    • A view of U.S. Route 25E in Bailey Switch. A car is driving towards the camera. An L&N railroad crossing and hills can be seen in the distance. To the left of the road is a small field of corn. Handwritten on border of negative "Ky. U.S. Highway...
    • Virginia exhibit at 1904 World's Fair.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Agricultural exhibits; Corn; Herbs; Champagne (Wine); Grains
    • Indoor exhibit at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, probably in the Palace of Agriculture, containing many open-sided structures or display cases topped by domes and then balls with triangular tufts above. "Virginia" is written below the...
    • Hand mill.

    • Mills; Corn; Fences; Men; Croplands; Carts & wagons; Mountains; Appalachian Mountains
    • Man operating a hand mill in Letcher County, Kentucky. He stands next to a wooden fence with corn growing on the other side and the Appalachian Mountains in the background. A wagon can be seen in an open-sided building.
    • Aunt West, her daughter and grandchildren.

    • Corn shocks; Women; Children; Boys; Infants; Shawls
    • Aunt West (an old woman wearing a shawl) stands in front of a corn pile with two grandsons, wearing tattered clothing. Her daughter, seated, holds an infant wrapped in a blanket.
    • Aunt West and two grandchildren.

    • Women; Boys; Brooms & brushes; Baskets; Shawls; Corn shocks
    • Aunt West (an old woman wearing a shawl) sits, holding a broom and a basket, in front of a pile of corn, accompanied by her grandsons, two little boys in frayed clothing.
    • Six men by corn field.

    • Men; Corn shocks; Hats
    • Five men wearing work clothes (including four in overalls) stand in front of a cornfield. In front of them, a well-dressed man wearing pin-striped pants with suspenders is seated with a bowler (hat) on his lap. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Corn growing on school farm.

    • Hills; Farms; Corn; Landscape photographs
    • A cornfield lies between the hills on Oneida Baptist Institute's school farm.
    • Nebraska section, G. & S. Building.

    • Exhibition buildings; Buildings; World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition (1884-1885 : New Orleans, La.); Agriculture; Corn; Nebraska
    • Exhibit space featuring logs and a large sign decorated with emblems and the words 'Corn is King.' Title: 898. Nebraska Section, G. & S. Building. Stamp: Wilson Copyright 1885. Text on left: Centennial Photographic Co. Philada, 1876. Text on right:...

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