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Drawing shows a 19th century Japanese cultivator. Title from item. Inscribed in pencil on lower left corner of paper mount: Kano Sep. 1878. Gift; Mrs. David Murray; 1909. Forms part of: David Murray collection.... More

Valuable invention!. Dana's premium cultivator ... [West Lebanon, N. H. 1855].

Valuable invention!. Dana's premium cultivator ... [West Lebanon, N. H...

Title.; On verso: M.C. #09-82-038.179. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 93, Folder 32.

Man Pushing Hand Garden Cultivator, Three Men Watching - Bureau of Indian Affairs
Två män med jordfräs.

Två män med jordfräs.

Två män med jordfräs.

Airplanes - Materials - Government contractor inspecting larges spikes on beans growing in yard of Native "cultivator." San Michel, Haiti. (Aviation Material)
[Negro with cultivator]

[Negro with cultivator]

This record contains unverified data from caption card. Gift; Doris Ulmann Foundation, 1935 (DLC/PP-1935:055).

R.E. Sneed, rehabilitation client and eight year old daughter on cotton cultivator. Near Batesville, Arkansas
"Double shovel" cultivator being repaired at Sunflower plantation. Near Sunflower, Mississippi
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae, Texas

Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Tractor and integrated four-row cultivator, does the work of eight men and eight mules. Aldridge Plantation, near Leland, Mississippi
Cultivating beans with a four-row cultivator. Near Santa Ana, California
Tractor on the Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi. One man and a four-row cultivator does the work of eight men and eight mules under the one man-one mule system which is still common
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
FSA (Farm Security Administration) client sitting on cultivator, Southeast Missouri Farms
FSA (Farm Security Administration) client, former sharecropper, with cultivator, Southeast Missouri Farms
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Farmer adjusting cultivator. Fairfield Bench Farms, Montana
Negro farmer with middle buster, planter and cultivator, San Augustine, Texas
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Farmer inspects a cultivator, Central Iowa 4-H Club fair, Marshalltown, Iowa
Team of mules and cultivator on one of project borrower's farms. Flint River Farms, Georgia
Georgia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Farmer with tractor and cultivator. Fairfield Bench Farms, Montana
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
Charlie McGuire (tenant purchase client) with his mules and cultivator, Pike County, Alabama
Blacksmith sharpening cultivator point south of Marshall, Texas
Mr. Charlie McGuire (tenant purchase borrower) with his two mules and cultivator. Pike County, Alabama
Mr. Ellis Adkins and his son, rural rehabilitation borrowers, examining new cultivator bought with FSA (Farm Security Administration) loan. There are nine in the family and this is their first year on the program. Coffee County, Alabama
Sugar beet cultivator. Rosebud County, Montana
FSA (Farm Security Administration) cooperative sugar beet cultivator and members of the cooperative. Box Elder County, Utah
Members of FSA (Farm Security Administration) cooperative sugar beet cultivator. Box Elder County, Utah
Pomp Hall, Negro tenant farmer, adjusting his cultivator so it will be in readiness for the spring planting. Creek County, Oklahoma. See general caption number 23
FSA (Farm Security Administration) cooperative sugar beet cultivator in action. Box Elder County, Utah
A team and cultivator going to a field, with men chopping the grass out of the sugarcane after long excessive rains. Terrebonne Project, Schriever, Louisiana
Farmer on a sugar beet cultivator. Box Elder County, Utah
Salinas, California. International rubber producers. Detail of guayule cultivator
Honey Brook, Pennsylvania (vicinity). Amish farmer driving cultivator. Their religion bans powered cultivators on the soil or rubber-wheeled tractors, but all horse-drawn, steel-wheeled machinery is widely used
Agriculture. Guayule cultivation. Weeding guayule nursery beds. A special small power cultivator cleans the space between the rows, but the rows themselves must be weeded by hand. Guayule plantings will produce an estimated 600 tons of rubber in 1943, provided a crop in 1944 which should yield 33,000 tons and a harvest in 1945 to yield 47,000 tons. An annual production of 70,000 tons to 80,000 tons will materialize if full capacity of nurseries now being built is utilized Addition: This program is part of the Department of Agriculture's Emergency Rubber Project, administered by the Forest Service under congressional authorization "to make available a source of crude rubber for emergency and defense uses"
Escambia Farms, Florida. Kitty McLelland helping her father hitch up the cultivator
Honey Brook, Pennsylvania (vicinity). Amish farmer driving cultivator. Their religion bans powered cultivators on the soil or rubber-wheeled tractors, but all horse-drawn, steel-wheeled machinery is widely used

Honey Brook, Pennsylvania (vicinity). Amish farmer driving cultivator....

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Inkster (vicinity?), Michigan. Farmer using a cultivator on a farm. Typical farm truck
Photograph of Stationary Tooth Cultivator, National Forest Service photograph.

Photograph of Stationary Tooth Cultivator, National Forest Service pho...

Original caption: Stationary tooth cultivator, showing protecting shields which guard trees while shovel works between rows. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Harrow on Cultivator, National Forest Service photograph.

Photograph of Harrow on Cultivator, National Forest Service photograph...

Original caption: Harrow on cultivator used to stir soil in seedbeds just before sowing. Historic Photographs

Man with cultivator. California.
Jat cultivator, Hindoo, Meerut.
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Man with cultivator. California.
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Man with cultivator. California
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Man with cultivator. California
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Mechanization proceeds by stages. Here the tractor pulls a riding plow. Next stages are two four-row cultivators cultivating more rows and eliminating the man on the cultivator, near Centrae [?], Texas
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
Cultivating corn with two-row cultivator, central Ohio
The Southern cultivator : and journal of science and general improvement, a semi-monthly publication, devoted in the main to the interests of agriculture
The Southern cultivator : and journal of science and general improvement, a semi-monthly publication, devoted in the main to the interests of agriculture
The Southern cultivator : and journal of science and general improvement, a semi-monthly publication, devoted in the main to the interests of agriculture