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Capitol Exhibit- July 2019 Agriculture

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Capitol Exhibits



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"Bulletin board of farmer's exchange," At Liquid Feeding Station Owensboro, Photo 0027 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0027. In pencil it reads in the bottom left corner "Agriculture WPA Collection 27," and in the center it reads "Tour 16," "51/2," "11426W2," Bulletin board of farmer's exchange at ensign feeding station-Owensboro, Ky." There are two stamps, one at the top center reading "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo by Lee" and the bottom center "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information, Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Bulletin board of farmer's exchange," At Liquid Feeding Station Owensboro, Photo 0027, undated- scanned Sepia colored image showing a large chalk Bulletin board that reads "Farmers Exchange Please cal Glenmore No. 2477 when offerings are sold or traded." Below this are lists of names, street addresses, telephone numbers and sale, trade or wanted items.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"children remain away from school on 'syrupping off' days," Between Campton and Jackson, Kentucky, Photo 0037 (back), September 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0037. Typed on the top edge reads "In the early fall many of the children remain away from school on 'syrupping off' days. Sorghum syrup is boiled down from the cane sap by one of the men from the neighborhood who does this work for different members of the communities taking a share of the syrup for his labor. On the highway between Campton and Jackson, Kentucky September 1940." In pencil it reads in the bottom right corner "Agriculture WPA Photo Collection" and in the center "55551D." There are two stamp prints, with one reading "Please Credit F.S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo: By Marion Post" and the other reading "Please Note: Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information, Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"children remain away from school on 'syrupping off' days," Between Campton and Jackson, Kentucky, Photo 0037, September 1940- scanned A black and white photograph that is slowing a group of school children licking syrup from sticks. They are standing next to large vats of hot and steaming liquid. The girls are in dresses, with three in floral colors and one in a solid color.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Tobacco Curing in barn," Photo 0830 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0830. Written in pencil in the top left corner reads "Tobacco Curing in barn Tobacco WPA Photo Collection Tour 5" and in the center "76327." There are other marks in different pencil colors that reads "128," "36a," and "5 1/2." In the bottom right corner there is a stamp maker's mark that reads "Copyright Caufield and Shook Inc Louisville, KY. Photograph must not be copied, reproduced or published without written permit."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Tobacco Curing in barn," Photo 0830, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a man in overalls and a black coat inspecting his curing tobacco. Stocks of tobacco are hanging in two visible, with the lowest row hanging on a log post rail. He is holding one full tobacco stake for inspection.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Photographs, 1958 - 1977- scanned

Kentucky. Department of Agriculture

Informational and Reference Material, 1923-1948

Kentucky. Department of Agriculture

Public Information- News photographs, 1956-1968- scanned

Kentucky. Office of Public Information- News

Handbooks, November 1953

Kentucky. Department of Agriculture

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