in Wisconsin History
A field in a glaciated part of Wisconsin, 1960
Contoured cornfield after harvest (1960)
Paul Vanderbilt, the first curator of photography at the Wisconsin Historical Society, took this photo of a field near Hollandale in 1960. The photograph plainly shows how glaciers stripped the landscape of its ancient hills and valleys. Compare it with the photograph by H.H. Bennett also presented on the "Physical Geography of Wisconsin" page.
Early Native Peoples|
The Physical Geography of Wisconsin
|Pub Data:||Photograph in the Wisconsin Historical Society visual materials collection (WHI 10654).|
|Citation:||Vanderbilt, Paul. "Contoured cornfield after harvest (1960)." Photograph in the Wisconsin Historical Society visual materials collection (WHI 10654); Online facsimile at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=405; Visited on: 3/29/2017|