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Husking Corn



Husking Corn
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Title: Husking Corn
Description: Elevated view of the Krueger family husking corn in front of a haystack. From left to right are Mrs. August, Tina, August, Sarah, and Jennie Krueger. Edgar Krueger is on top of the stack.

Image ID: 1896
Creation
Date:
1903 ca.
Creator
Name:
Krueger, Alexander
City, State: Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Krueger family papers, 1852-1965
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This image is part of a larger collection of over 2,000 glass plate negatives and photographs created by Alexander Krueger and other family members who photographed their family and neighborhood in exuberant detail, initiating a family tradition of photography. These images record the lifestyle and experiences of one Pomeranian-American and German-American family at the turn of the century, in rural Wisconsin.
Subjects: Trees
Fences
Agricultural implements
Hats
Carriages and carts
Agriculture
Corn
Harvesting
Children and adults
Family
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Land use, Rural
Dresses
Work clothes
Dogs
Cows and Cattle
Hills
Coats
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

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