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This black and white photographic postcard features a farming crew standing in a cornfield. A row of eight men stand holding parts of the broomcorn plant. A man on a horse is behind the men. Six of the men are wearing overalls and three are wearing long sleeve shirts and pants. All are wearing hats. There is written text at the bottom of the card and handwriting to the right. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Ulysses (Kan.), Grant County (Kan.), Hugoton (Kan.), Stevens County (Kan.), Augusta (Ill.), Hancock County (Kan.), Croplands, Farming, Land use, Agricultural laborers, Corn, Correspondence
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Grain, Mary, "Postcard: W. H. Tilford. Largest Broomcorn Grower in the World, Hugoton Kansas" (1947). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 387.
W. H. Tilford. Largest Broomcorn Grower in the world, Hugoton Kans. Everything fine in Kansas. [illegible] Miss Mary Grain Augusta Ill.