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Division of Community Service- Writers' Project, Photos Road Items (0698-0719), 1937-1940


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"Mountain homes along creek showing tobacco patch and corn field in Eastern Kentucky," Photo 0705 (back), September 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0705. There are two stamp prints on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Marion Post."

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"Mountain homes along creek showing tobacco patch and corn field in Eastern Kentucky," Photo 0705, September 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing an aerial view of a mountain farm next to a creek.

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"Mountaineer's son hauling wood across the creek with a mule and sled," Photo 0704 (back), September 1940- scanned Typed on the top edge it reads "Mountaineer's son hauling wood across the creek with a mule and sled. It is to be used in boiling down sorghum can sap into syrup. On the highway between Jackson and Campton, Kentucky September 1940." There are two stamp prints on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Marion Post."

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"Mountaineer's son hauling wood across the creek with a mule and sled," Photo 0704, September 1940- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a young bow riding horseback and pulling a cart with wood through a gravely creek bed. Off in the distance a car is sitting next to a bridge.

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"One of the hazards of driving over Kentucky mountain roads," Near Jackson, Breathitt County, Photo 0703 (back), September 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0703. There are two stamp prints on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Marion Post."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"One of the hazards of driving over Kentucky mountain roads," Near Jackson, Breathitt County, Photo 0703, September 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing a Ford model T automobile stuck on a dirt road. In front, on the road are two large cows laying on the road blocking the traffic.

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"Rural mailman going up the creek bed toward Morris Fork near Jackson, Kentucky," Photo 0702 (back), August 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0702. There are two stamp prints on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Marion Post."

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"Rural mailman going up the creek bed toward Morris Fork near Jackson, Kentucky," Photo 0702, August 1940- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a rider on mule-back traveling on a gravely dirt road next to a river. On his back appears large canvas bags hanging on both sides of the back end of the mule.

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"Sled in which mountaineers usually haul their coal and wood up the creek beds to their home," Photo 0701 (back), September 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0701. Typed on the top edge of the photograph reads "Sled in which mountaineers usually haul their coal and wood up the creek beds to their home. In many sections these are the only roads and no cars can reach them. Breathitt County, Kentucky. Middle Ford of Kentucky River. September 1940." There are two stamp prints on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Marion Post."

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"Sled in which mountaineers usually haul their coal and wood up the creek beds to their home," Photo 0701, September 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing two men on horseback pulling a cart through a small river in a woods.

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Clay County Farm, W.P.A. Road Project, Photo 0698 (back), May 12, 1936- scanned Back of photograph 0698. Handwritten in pencil it reads "Home, farm, of Ralph Halcomb, American Guide Working in Clay County. (Road is WPA Project under construction)- Turner-London 5/12/36."

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Clay County Farm, W.P.A. Road Project, Photo 0698, May 12, 1936- scanned Black and white photograph showing a gravel path being carved through a hillside. Various cabin and barn-like structures are just off the path. A figure is walking on the gravel path. The scene is towered by a large mountain in the background.

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