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This black and white photographic postcard features seven stalks of grain tied together upright into bundles. Two bundles lay on the carpet in front. The background depicts a painted backdrop with painted columns to the left . Handwritten text is at the bottom left of the card. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Colby (Kan.), Thomas County (Kan.), Morrowville (Kan.), Washington (Kan.), Grains, Wheat, Farm produce, Still life photographs, Correspondence
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Steel, Abe and Steel, O. P., "Postcard: Photographed Expressly For The Grain Belt Realty Company" (1910). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 266.
Photographed Expressly For The Grain Belt Realty Co. Dear Father George want to come home as soon as he get his wheat in. We haven’t heard from that feller yet he will get done about tomorrow or the next day. From Abe Steel. Colby ans (sic) soon Mr. O. P. Steel Morrowville Kans. Box 35