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This black and white photographic postcard features one of the float vehicles in the Sherman County Cornhusking Contest Parade in Goodland, Kansas. The float is on a trailer and depicts a giant ear of corn suspended on two supports. "Sherman County Kansas" letters are on the front of the corn sculpture. A miniature farmstead with windmill is on the trailer below the ear of corn. A banner on the front reads, "Represented in 7th National Cornhusking Contest and Home of Largest State Contest ever held". Four people are on the float wearing matching overalls and hats. There is writing at the bottom of the card. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Floats (Parades), Sherman County (Kan.), Goodland (Kan.), Contests, Corn husking, Farm life--1930-1940
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"Postcard: Represented In 7th National Cornhusking Contest and Home of Largest State Contest Ever Held, Goodland, Kansas" (1931). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 303.
Sherman County - Represented in 7th National Cornhusking contest and Home of Largest State Contest ever held. Goodland, Kans. Sherman Co.