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Hay cutting and baling scene
Hay cutting and baling scene
TitleHay cutting and baling scene
SubjectBoys
Men
Grasses
Trees
Clouds
Houses
Horses
Hats
Haystacks
Barns
Windmills
Farms
Croplands
Agricultural machinery & implements
DescriptionOutdoor scene of a grassy field with stacks (hay or wheat probably). A boy is standing next to a stack, and he is holding some of the harvest. He is wearing a wide brimmed hat with a tall crown. Behind him is a team of two horses attached to a farm machine, and a man is sitting on the machine holding the horses' reigns. In the horizon is a row of trees with a house, windmill, and barn. The top half of the picture shows the clouds. Perhaps the work of HH or RM Cole, active in central Illinois from 1854-1902.
CreatorUnknown
PublisherBradley University Library
TypeImage
FormatGlass Negative
SourceImage PHS-GP00215 in the Peoria Historical Society Image Collection, Bradley University Library, Special Collections Center
RightsThis resource is provided for educational purposes only. Media is owned by the Peoria Historical Society or other persons/entities; images may not be downloaded, reproduced, or distributed in any format without written permission. Any attempt to download, copy in any manner, and/or circumvent the access controls placed on these files is a violation of United States and international copyright laws and is subject to criminal prosecution. For more information, contact the Special Collections Center of the Bradley University Library (309) 677-2822 or email frey@bradley.edu.
CollectionPeoria Historical Society Image Collection (Bradley University)
IdentifierPHS-GP00215
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