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21. J.R. Smith Land Co. harvesting scene, Beach, N.D. J.R. Smith Land Co. harvesting scene, Beach, N.D. Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Tractors; Agricultural laborers; Two gas tractors in field, each pulling five binders, with men standing by tractor and on each binder. Beyond is grain field and horizon.

22. Harvesting grain with gas tractors Harvesting grain with gas tractors Tractors; Harvesting; Two gas tractors pulling five binders in grain field. Location unknown, likely near Beach, N.D.

23. B. W. Baum farm, Edgeley, N.D. B. W. Baum farm, Edgeley, N.D. Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Horse teams; Agricultural laborers; Agricultural machinery & implements; Panoramic postcard showing four horse-drawn Deering binders in wheat field. An agricultural laborer is seated on each binder. A shelterbelt visible in background.

24. William and Al Heller binding grain near the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Fargo, N.D. William and Al Heller binding grain near the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Fargo, N.D. Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Farmers; Agricultural laborers; Grains; Agricultural machinery & implements; Croplands; Tractors; Hospitals; Oats; Scene of two farmers in a field, one on a tractor pulling a binder. The other is pulling the grain bundles into shocks. In the background is visible the V.A. Medical Center, located at 2101 Elm Street...

25. Erick Vestern farm Erick Vestern farm Sod buildings; Farms; Frontier & pioneer life; Horses; Agricultural machinery & implements; Man seated on binder drawn by horses. Three women, nicely dressed with hats, standing in field that has shocked grain. In background is a sod house with log addition.

26. Haskin bros. harvesting 1912 crop Haskin bros. harvesting 1912 crop Wheat; Harvesting; Traction engines; Croplands; Steam tractor and several binders in wheat field. The top of an automobile is visible parked in wheat at right.

27. R. Cooper's harvest crew at work R. Cooper's harvest crew at work Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Wheat; Croplands; Field of shocked grain with long line of horse-drawn binders in background. Large group of men spread across field, some holding grain bundles.

28. R. C. Cooper's harvest crew at work R. C. Cooper's harvest crew at work Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Wheat; Croplands; Field of shocked grain with long line of horse-drawn binders in background. Large group of men spread across field, some holding grain bundles.

29. Binding grain Binding grain Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Wheat; Croplands; Agricultural machinery & implements; Two binders visible working in a grain field. Cut bundles of grain visible lying in the field. Likely in the Red River Valley near Fargo, N.D.

30. Line of binders on the Clark Dalrymple farm, Kelso, N.D. Line of binders on the Clark Dalrymple farm, Kelso, N.D. Horses; Harvesting; Panoramic photographs; Line of about eight binders pulled by three horses each, taken from side. Laborer standing on each of the binders.

31. Harvesting, Dalrymple Farm, Red River Valley, D.T. Harvesting, Dalrymple Farm, Red River Valley, D.T. Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Horses; More than twelve self-binder harvesting machines each pulled by four horses at the Dalrymple bonanza farm in the 1877 harvest. Bundles of wheat lay in field behind the horse-drawn binders. Two men standing...
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