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61. Filbert pickers Filbert pickers Hazelnuts; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Harvesting; Extension The filbert pickers are coeds from Benton County, Oregon.

62. School for children at the Malin farm labor camp School for children at the Malin farm labor camp Schools; Labor camps; School children; Extension; Teachers; Barracks School for children of potato harvest workers at Malin Farm Labor camp. Course is conducted the same as in the other county schools. Teachers are Mrs. Mildred Lahoda and Mrs. Bessie Cornett, both from...

63. Miller's dept. store window display in Salem Miller's dept. store window display in Salem Window displays; Advertisements; Women's Land Army of America; Extension Display was set up to promote the Women's Land Army that would help with the bean harvest.

64. Junction City farm labor information station Junction City farm labor information station Cook, Irving; Maps; Agricultural laborers; Extension Irving Cook, right, refers to a map in telling an itinerant worker about farm job opportunities at the Junction City information station.

65. "Housewife Special" "Housewife Special" Agricultural laborers; Oregon Emergency Farm Labor Program; Agriculture; Extension These women who are part of the "Housewife Special" are boarding a bus to go out and help save Marion County's bean crop.

66. Cranberry harvesting Cranberry harvesting Cranberries; Agriculture; Agricultural machinery & implements; Harvesting; Extension The rubber vacuum tube in Jim Olson's hands carries a powerful suction generated by a motor-driven fan. As the end of the tube is moved rapidly back and forth among the vines, the cranberries are knocked...

67. Cranberry picking machine Cranberry picking machine Cranberries; Agriculture; Agricultural machinery & implements; Harvesting; Extension One type of cranberry harvesting machines becoming popular in Coos County bogs is a vacuum. Jim Olson, Bandon grower, foreground, used two of these machines when harvesting his 2 1/2 acre bog. Olson's...

68. Strawberry pickers Strawberry pickers Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Strawberries; Harvesting; Croplands; Extension Kneeling is Stanley Boyer -- one of the best strawberry pickers in the Portland area. His record was 21 crates of strawberries in a 6 hour day.

69. Ralph Clark in Siletz strawberry field Ralph Clark in Siletz strawberry field Clark, Ralph; Agriculture; Strawberries; Croplands; Extension OSC Horticulture specialist Ralph Clark shown in a Siletz strawberry field that was operated by Eisley Brothers between Dallas and Willamina, Oregon.

70. George Waldo looks over loganberry hybrids George Waldo looks over loganberry hybrids Loganberries; Agriculture; Waldo, George F.; Extension; Horticulture George F. Waldo, USDA horticulturist, looks over loganberry hybrids at the horticulture farm.

71. W. R. Stokes with bull W. R. Stokes with bull Stokes, W. R.; Bulls; Cattle; Livestock; Agriculture; Extension Photo shows W.R. Stokes with his bull, Corvans Golden Lad.

72. Dispatching POW's from the Nyssa Camp Dispatching POW's from the Nyssa Camp Prisoners of war; Labor camps; Nyssa Labor Camp; Extension

73. Esther Taskerud Esther Taskerud Faculty; Taskerud, Esther; Home economics; Portrait photographs; Extension; Women Esther Taskerud became the Assistant State 4-H Club Leader in November of 1947. Taskerud later served as the head of Home Economics from 1963-1969, retiring in 1970.

74. Handling crates of beans Handling crates of beans Agricultural laborers; Moffitt, L. C.; Agriculture; Beans; Canneries; Extension Large crops of beans were handled with assistance from professional and business men. Their shifts lasted from 7-11 p.m.. County school superintendent L. C. Moffitt is shown here trucking bean crates.

75. Platoon members eating lunch Platoon members eating lunch Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Croplands; Extension Three junior high school members of Lovina Wilson's platoon are eating lunch after working in the fields. There were 42 in this platoon.

76. Packing peaches Packing peaches Peaches; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Packing-houses; Extension Packing peaches in the field at the La Follette orchards in Marion County, Oregon.

77. Children playing in the Coburg farm labor camp Children playing in the Coburg farm labor camp Children; Labor camps; Tents; Extension

78. Presenting a prize cockerel Presenting a prize cockerel Chickens; Brooks, Martha Harper; Hansen, Jess A.; Extension; 4-H clubs Jess A. Hansen, Corvallis, of Hansen's Leghorn Farm, is shown presenting a prize cockerel to Marion county 4-H club member, Martha Harper Brooks. The cockrel was presented for the pen of best White Leghorn...

79. Irrigated clover pasture on farm south of Corvallis, Oregon Irrigated clover pasture on farm south of Corvallis, Oregon Cattle; Clover; Croplands; Agriculture; Livestock; Extension The farm was owned at the time by Mr. Murphy.

80. Joanne Thomson Joanne Thomson Thomson, Joanne; Fashion shows; Awards; 4-H clubs; Extension Joanne Thomson, 15, Portland, champion in style review at the 1951 state fair, recieves a bouquet of roses from Marshall Giford, Portland florist and former 4-H club member.
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