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A.G. Beebe Farm

Date: September 26 1895
Description: View of the A.G. Beebe farm in Bruce, Wis. with stump land in the foreground. In the background is Mr. Beebe's barn and house.
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Farmhouse and Stump Land

Date: June 17 1929
Description: Farm surrounded by cutover stump land.
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Farm of Gustave Voight

Date: 1895
Description: Partially cleared stump land on the farm of Gustave Voight, two miles south of Merrill, Lincoln county. Logs for burning are in the foreground. In the far...
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Titan 10-20 Tractor Removing Tree Stumps on Farm

Date: 1921
Description: Two farmers are using an International Harvester Titan 10-20 HP tractor to remove tree stumps along the fence line of a farm near a road. Electrical poles...
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Summer Harrowing

Date: July 07 1934
Description: Farmer George Kopp giving a ride on his horse-drawn harrow to a young friend as he cultivates his field.
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Burned Cedar Stumps

Date: May 26 1963
Description: Burned cedar stumps in a swamp with a farm in the distance.
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Men Clearing Stumps

Date: September 03 1895
Description: Clearing stumps with a stump machine on the farm of Christopher Paustenbach, three miles east of Medford, Taylor County.
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Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium

Date: July 10 1929
Description: Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium under construction, with three men with a steam shovel clearing trees. 1202 Northport Drive. J.P. Cullen, Contractor.
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Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium

Date: July 10 1929
Description: Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium under construction, with three men with a steam shovel clearing trees. 1202 Northport Drive. J.P. Cullen, Contractor.
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Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium

Date: August 14 1929
Description: Dane County Tuberculosis Sanatorium foundation under construction. 1202 Northport Drive. J.P. Cullen, Contractor.
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Workers Terrace Land with T-40 TracTracTor

Date: 1935
Description: Workers terracing land with McCormick-Deering T-40 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) as part of the Las Posas Valley Project near Santa Paula, California.
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Rocky Field

Date: November 12 1906
Description: "An annual crop of rocks" at the George A. Nelson Farm.
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Clearing the Land

Date: 1905
Description: Man and woman using a double-handled saw to clear trees from their land.
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Boys at Work on Urban Garden

Date: April 18 1917
Description: Boys from the Newberry School and Boys' Club No. 2 work on ground loaned by the Board of Education for a city garden.
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Field with Tree Stumps

Date: July 1930
Description: Stump-studded field with farm buildings in the background.
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Three Men Extracting a Stump

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Description: Three men working with a two-horse team on a hill turning a winch to extract stumps, probably a Svenson Grubber sold by J.H. Carnahan.
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Governor Rennebohm with Cow

Date: August 1948
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm with cattle handler and a cow next to a truck, with a painted sign on the door that says: "Ray Farness, Morrisonville, WI."
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The First Passenger Train in Michigan

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Description: Locomotive with coal car and one passenger car passing through rural landscape. People wave from a log cabin and a horse-drawn vehicle in the background an...
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Man Standing next to Trailer

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Description: A man wearing a tie stands next to an industrial trailer used for clearing of land. The side of the trailer reads "BROS" and there are other vehicles in th...
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Monorail Hoist with Lumber Carrying Unit Outside

Date: November 04 1915
Description: Elevated view of monorail hoist with lumber carrying unit outside at the Port Hammond Lumber Company. Tree stumps, a tent, and other small buildings are vi...

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