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This black and white photographic postcard features farmland during the harvest. A header on the left is being pushed by horses. A man is behind the horses holding the reins. A full barge is being unloaded onto the pile of cut crop. One man stands in front of the barge with a pitchfork. Two men sit in the barge, one holds a pitchfork. A man stands on top of the crop stack leaning on a pitchfork. An empty barge is in the middle with two men lining it up with the header. There is written text at the bottom of the card. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
St. John (Kan.), Stafford County (Kan.), Garland (Kan.), Bourbon County (Kan.), Croplands, Farming, Land use, Harvest, Machinery--1900-1920, Correspondence
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H., R. M. and Hunley, A., "Postcard: Harvesting Near St. John, Kansas" (1909). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 382.
Harvesting Near St. John Kans. Mr. A Hunley My Dear Bro this card at hand very sorry to hear of your sickness hoping you are better by this time doo(sic) you think you will be abel(sic) to go to Jem this winter if not please let me no(sic) soon. As I will not go I will come and see you soon if you are going I will go R. M. H. St. John Kans. Oct 12 1909 Mr A Hunley Garland Kans.