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Iskandar (Alexander the Great) cuts off the head of a dragon.

Ruhhâm cuts off the arm of the sorcerer Bâzûr.

Samson carries the doors of the city-gate of Gaza to the top of a hill; Delilah cuts off Samson's hair

The beheading of St. John the Baptist; Salome offers the head to her mother who cuts the forehead

David cuts off a piece of Saul's robe

Horae Beatae Virginis Mariae ad usum Romanum. Hours [from old catalog] [Paris, Denis Mellier? ca. 1490] [80] leaves. cuts: illus., borders. 27 cm. (4to)

38 BCE: After Joseph, brother of Herod, is slain, Antigonus II cuts the head off the corpse.

Frieze-like procession of draped women bearing offerings and horns, at right a man cuts a ram's throat before an altar, from a series of twelve frieze-like designs showing bacchanals, sacrifices, and dances

[Untitled, unsigned cuts adorn individual numbers of this magazine. These show an Indian, with an Englishman on one side offering a Bible and some cloth, and a Frenchman on the other side offering gunpowder and a tomahawk. Under are the words "Praevalebit Aequior"]

Printers' picture gallery. The following device is made up entirely of cuts from the specimen-book of a single- type-foundry in this city. Most of the pictures are current at the South, and are even put by masters into the hands of the slaves ..

[Cuts of 4 caskets] Horrid murder and suicide A narrative of the most shocking and tragical catastrophes, that ever blackened the catalogue of human events which happened the 6th September, 1801, at a place called Paltz, 14 miles from Poughkeeps

Supplemental account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson, being a supplement to the "Coffin handbill." [Cuts of 6 coffins] ... John Taliaferro. Member of Congress from Northern Neck, Va. [1828].

map from "An Introduction to Geology, illustrative of the general structure of the earth; comprising the elements of the science, and an outline of the geology and mineral geography of England. The fifth edition considerably enlarged ... with new sections and cuts"

North Downs from "An Introduction to Geology, illustrative of the general structure of the earth; comprising the elements of the science, and an outline of the geology and mineral geography of England. The fifth edition considerably enlarged ... with new sections and cuts"

barrels from "The House that Jack built ... With twelve cuts. [A satire in verse on the sale of gin and beer.]"

An Act to Punish Drunken Men for Assaulting Women from "The House that Jack built ... With twelve cuts. [A satire in verse on the sale of gin and beer.]"

title page from "The House that Jack built ... With twelve cuts. [A satire in verse on the sale of gin and beer.]"

Ames' lotion, for the almost immediate cure of burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, chilblains, frost-bitten limbs, tooth-ache, ague in the face, sore lips and hands, and many other diseases. Sold wholesale and retail by Simeon S. Ames ... A. Mudge & s

The Delaware Water Gap, where the Delaware River cuts through a mountain range.

The Delaware Water Gap, where the Delaware River cuts through a mountain range.

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

People from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

horse from "Pickwick abroad; or, the Tour in France ... Illustrated with forty steel engravings by Crowquill, and thirty-three wood cuts"

Nova Scotia - loss of the steamship "Atlantic" - scenes and incidents during and after the wreck [4-1-1873]: [4 cuts - rescue line from ship to shore; divers removing bodies; identifying bodies]

Nova Scotia - loss of the steamship "Atlantic" - scenes and incidents during and after the wreck [4-1-1873] [3 cuts - "the fisherman Clancy and his daughter administering to ... shipwrecked people; fishermen's boats going to the wreck; ... survivors at Halifax"]

Tarfah or tamarisk grove, Wâdy es Sheikh. This fine grove is called Tarfat el Gidarin. The wâdy itself cuts through the granite wall which fences in Sinai.

College Cuts cigarettes

College Cuts cigarettes

College Cuts cigarettes

College Cuts cigarettes

Snow Cuts in Rollins Pass, Continental Divide, Colorado

A new scythe cuts clean / J.S. Pughe.

Panoramic View of San Francisco on April 1909 three years after the massive 8.25 earthquake of 1906. The view from 1000 feet above Jones and Washington Street, looking eastward. Goat Island (now Yerba Buena Island) in the San Francisco Bay, is in the upper far left. Mason Street cuts across right corner. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

Hiram Pulk, 9 years old, cuts some in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #1. "I aint very fast--only about five boxes a day. They pay five cents a box." Location: Eastport, Maine.

Danville Messengers. The smallest boy, Western Union No. 5, is only ten years old, and is working as extra boy. He said he was going to be laid off as the manager told him he was too young, but an older messenger told me the reason was that the other messengers were having him put off because he cuts into their earnings. Location: Danville, Virginia.

Danville Messengers. The smallest boy, Western Union No. 5 is only ten years old, and is working as extra boy. He said he was going to be laid off as the manager told him he was too young, but an older messenger told me the reason was that the other messengers were having him put off because he cuts into their earnings. See Hine report on Va. messengers for data about the tallest boy. Location: Danville, Virginia.

Minnie Thomas, a 9 year old girl, works regularly in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7, Eastport, Me., mostly in the packing room, and when very busy works nights. Cuts some, and also cartons. Her mother said, "Some of the children cut their fingers half off." Her father and grandfather are in the factory. She lives in Grand Manan in the winter with her aunt, father and mother live here. She says she earns $2.00 some days packing, not so much when she cartons. "Only made $1.70 all last week." Location: Eastport, Maine.

Wilfred Clark, 10 years old, 24 Key St., going home at noon, after cutting five boxes of fish during the morning. Incidently, he cuts his fingers. See left fore-finger. Two other boys with him had fingers badly cut and healed up. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Allen Chaffey, 9 years old, 37 Clark St., Eastport, Me., helps mother pack in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #1. Walter Omar, 8 years old, 4 Clark Street, cuts. Location: Eastport, Maine.

Monthly Progress Photo, Coping Cuts for Track Across Caisson of Dry Dock 4, Looking East, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Coping Cuts for Track Across Caisson of Dry Dock 4, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

[HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, 1907-1910; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT, 1910-1916; CHIEF JUSTICE, 1930-. HUGHES AND HIS DOUBLE. NEWS CUTS]

HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, 1907-1910; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT, 1910-1916; CHIEF JUSTICE, 1930-. HUGHES AND HIS DOUBLE. NEWS CUTS

HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, 1907-1910; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT, 1910-1916; CHIEF JUSTICE, 1930-. HUGHES AND HIS DOUBLE. NEWS CUTS

HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, 1907-1910; ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT, 1910-1916; CHIEF JUSTICE, 1930-. HUGHES AND HIS DOUBLE. NEWS CUTS

Airplanes - Types - Loening Monoplane with 300 H.P. Hispano Motor. Front view of machine in which Maj. Schroeder established new world's record by carrying three passengers to an altitude of 21,000 feet. Taken at McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio. Note the design of wing structure; also manner in which wings fasten to upper body longitudinals and are braced to bottom of body. Latter feature cuts weight of machine in half. Designed by Grover C. Loening, of the Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation, New York City. From S.C. Loening

Long haired band aids war gift fund The band of the "House of David", from the strange Michigan religious colony where hair cuts and shaves are forbidden, is seen playing in New York to aid the fund drive for America's gift to France ... [New York City theater district].

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[Four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their complaints about wage cuts in the textile industry]

Hunter cuts capers for photographers

CUTS CAKE FOR PRESIDENT. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT CUTS A CAKE AT THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL AT THE SHOREHAM HOTEL IN WASHINGTON. THE PRESIDENT DID NOT ATTEND

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTTING THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE RALEIGH HOTEL TONIGHT. THOUSANDS THRONGED THE HOTELS IN WASHINGTON TONIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S 55TH BIRTHDAY

Mrs. Bristol cuts ham

Families are left stranded without means of support when the lumber mill "cuts out." This family lives on a cut-over area. The mill has closed, and the father does WPA (Work Projects Administration) work. Near Kiln, Mississippi

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTTING THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE RALEIGH HOTEL TONIGHT. THOUSANDS THRONGED THE HOTELS IN WASHINGTON TONIGHT TO CELEBRATE THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S 55TH BIRTHDAY

Negro stevedores eating on stern of boat. Food supplied to crew consists almost entirely of carbohydrates with some of the cheaper cuts of meat. Sleeping quarters are not provided for stevedores, who sleep in any available space. Aboard El Rito, Pilottown, Louisiana

Negro stevedores eating on stern of boat. Food supplied to crew consists almost entirely of carbohydrates with some of the cheaper cuts of meat. Sleeping quarters are not provided for stevedores, who sleep in any available space

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 29. MRS. ROOSEVELT CLIMAXES HER VISITS TO THE NUMEROUS BIRTHDAY BALLS FOR THE PRESIDENT BY CUTTING THE HUGE BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WILLARD HOTEL

Negro stevedores eating on stern of boat. Food supplied to crew consists almost entirely of carbohydrates with some of the cheaper cuts of meat. Sleeping quarters are not provided for stevedores, who sleep in any available space. Aboard El Rito, Pilottown, Louisiana

FIRST LADY CUTS BIRTHDAY CAKE FOR 'GRAY LADIES.' WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. THE GRAY LADIES OF WALTER REED HOSPITAL, A VOLUNTEER NURSING SERVICE STARTED DURING THE WORLD WAR, TODAY CELEBRATED THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR FOUNDING WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT PERFORMING THE HONOR OF CUTTING THE BIRTHDAY CAKE. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; GEN. WALLACE DE WITT, COMMANDING GENERAL, ARMY MEDICAL CENTER AT WALTER REED HOSPITAL; MISS MARGARET H. LOWER

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL TONIGHT TO COMPLETE A ROUND OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS IN THE CAPITAL. THE FIRST LADY THEN RETURNED TO THE WHITE HOUSE WHERE SHE LISTENED TO THE PRESIDENT IN A RADIO ADDRESS EXPRESS HIS APPRECIATION TO THE COUNTRY FOR ATTENDING THE BALLS, FUNDS FROM WHICH WILL GO TOWARD THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS

Sawing lead blocks for making cuts. Office of the Valley News. Browns Valley, Minnesota

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E. M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS; EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS

One of the cuts through the mountains, near Cajon, Calif., Cajon Pass, Calif.

Mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers parading up Market Street. San Francisco, California. The meeting was held in protest to cuts make by Congress in relief appropriations

Mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers parading up Market Street, San Francisco, California. The meeting was held in protest to cuts made by Congress in relief appropriations

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E.M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS, EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff sitting outside sugar house where sap from maple trees is boiled down into maple syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in around one thousand dollars annually. Becasue of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Young daughter of Frank H. Shurtleff going towards the sugar house where sap from sugar maple trees is boiled down into maple syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snows this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Bringing in maple sap to the sugar house. Frank H. Shurtleff farm, North Bridgewater, Vermont. He has a 400 acre farm originally purchased by his grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber. He has been making maple syrup for about thirty five years, and "sugaring" usually brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow, this year he only tapped 1000 trees, instead of 2000. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Hired man and neighbor of Framk H. Shurtleff resting and chatting while gathering sap from sugar trees for making maple syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people and children in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber, and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-fiv years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. Bridgewater, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Frank H. Shurtleff hanging the bucket on the spout while tapping sugar maple tree for gathering sap to make syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Piping the maple sap from the vat into the sugar house after gathering. There it is boiled down into syrup in an evaporator. Frank Shurtleff's farm of about 400 acres, originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars nnually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 200 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Bringing in maple sap to the sugar house. Frank H. Shurtleff farm, North Bridgewater, Vermont. He has a 400 acre farm originally purchased by his grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber. He has been making maple syrup for about thirty five years, and "sugaring" usually brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow, this year he only tapped 1000 trees, instead of 2000. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year

Mrs. Hersch making noodles. Here they are drying before she cuts them. Red River Valley Farms, North Dakota

Bringing in maple sap to the sugar house. Frank H. Shurtleff farm, North Bridgewater, Vermont. He has a 400 acre farm originally purchased by his grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber. He has been making maple syrup for about thirty five years, and "sugaring" usually brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow, this year he only tapped 1000 trees, instead of 2000. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year

The hired man on Frank H. Shurtleff farm gathering maple sap from sugar maple trees to make syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Frank H. Shurtleff putting the cover on the bucket after tapping sugar maple tree for gathering sap to make syrup. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Bucket for gathering sap from maple sugar tree and stack of wood needed in boiling sap into syrup on Frank Shurtleff farm. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Hired man on Frank H. Shurtleff farm gathering sap from sugar trees for making maple syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres, and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he tapped only 100 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

Hired man of Frank H. Shurtleff gathering sap from sugar trees for making maple syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people and children in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was originally purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Hired man, young neighbor (Julia Fletcher), collie dog, and Frank H. Shurtleff's son gathering sap from sugar trees for making syrup. Sugaring is a social event and is enjoyed by all the young people and children in the neighborhood. The Shurtleff farm has about 400 acres and was purchased by grandfather in 1840. He raises sheep, cows, cuts lumber and has been making maple syrup for about thirty-five years. Sugaring brings in about one thousand dollars annually. Because of the deep snow this year he only tapped 1000 of his 2000 trees. He expects to make about 300 to 500 gallons this year. North Bridgewater, Vermont

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph