Browse Items (17 total)

  • Subject is exactly "Farmers"
Go to Man riding a tractor in a field item page

Photograph of a man riding a tractor in a field
Go to Field Family Journal, 1941 item page

Field Family journal, includes notes about daily life in Shelby, Michigan and Long Beach, California as well as other notes from trips. Of particular note are reflections and description from December, 1941 and the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Blank…
Go to Field Family Travel Journal, 1939-1940 item page

Field Family travel journal, including trips to California, New York, and Florida. Blank pages not scanned.
Go to Field Family Travel Journal, 1937-1938 item page

Field Family travel journal, including trips to Mexico City, Texas, and California
Go to Field Family Clippings, 1918-1940 item page

Book of clippings from local newspaper maintained by Mrs. A.T. Field, Shelby, Michigan (Oceana County). Clippings span 1918-1940, with bulk of clippings from 1920s-1930s. Articles are pasted into a book telling the history of the Detroit News, a way…
Go to Francisco and Zandra Vasquez, picking apples, November 1987 item page

Francisco and Zandra Vasquez picking apples at Golden Hart Farms in Hart, Michigan.
Go to Francisco Vasquez, picking pickles (cucumbers), 1984 item page

Francisco Vasquez at Golden Hart Farms in Hart, Michigan picking pickling cucumbers.
Go to Francisco Vasquez and daughter, asparagus season, May 1985 item page

Francisco Vasquez with his younger daughter riding on a tractor in an asparagus field at Golden Hart Farms in Hart, Michigan.
Go to Vasquez Family picking apples, 1987 item page

Vasquez Family picking apples at Golden Hart Farms in Hart, Michigan. Pictures from left to right are Eloisa's younger sister, Francisco Vasquez, and Zandra Vasquez (background, red jacket).
Go to Francisco Vasquez picking apples, 1978 item page

Francisco Vasquez in Traverse City, Michigan. Pictured during apple season in one of the fields where he worked.
Go to Grafting plants, 1978 item page

Photo of Lupe Vasquez (left) and a relative working to graft plants at Willow Drive Nursery, Ephrata, Washington.
Go to Homestead Certificate, 1869 item page

Certificate from General Land Office of the United States of America at Ionia, Michigan for Wiliam H. Beebe, certifying that a homestead "has been established and daily consummated in conformity to the law for the east half of the south-east quarter…
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