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Gallant capture of a lady's wardrobe by the brave troops of Florida.

Preliminary chart of Escambia and Santa Maria de Galvaez [i.e., East] Bays, Florida

Pensacola, Fla. county seat of Escambia County 1885.

[Hotel Escambia, Pensacola, Fla.]

Escambia Farms, Florida. The crops of George McLelland, FSA (Farm Security Administration) client. From foreground to horizon: beans, asparagus, sugar cane, and corn

Escambia Farms, Florida. Harvester and combine owned by the cooperative which not only serves the FSA (Farm Security Administration) clients by the rest of the community as well

Escambia Farms, Florida. Land bordering on Escambia Farms FSA (Farm Security Administration) project showing results of poor terracing and grading. The sand wash has carried away all top soil and buried what little humus there is left

Escambia Farms, Florida. Sunday dinner on the McLelland homestead

Escambia Farms, Florida. The Escambia farm cooperative having its weekly meeting

Escambia Farms, Florida. George McLelland delivering a load of beans to the cooperative

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena, Kitty and John McLelland picking beans for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. Loading beans on a truck for delivery to market

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena McLelland

Escambia Farms, Florida. (vicinity) Farmstead in the backwoods

Escambia Farms, Florida. George McLelland, FSA (Farm Security Administration) client

Escambia Farms, Florida. Bull purchased by eighteen farmers through the cooperative

Escambia Farms, Florida (vicinity). Behind this skeleton of a sharecropper's house bordering on Escambia Farms are the reasons for its abandonment: poor soil, badly eroded

Escambia Farms, Florida. Grading eggs in the cooperative. The cooperative hires these men by the day to do the grading

Escambia Farms, Florida. The farmstead of George McLelland, FSA (Farm Security Administration) client

Escambia Farms, Florida. The McLelland children picking beans for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena McLelland feeding chickens on Sunday

Escambia Farms, Florida. Sunday morning in the McLelland kitchen. Making cookies for dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mr. Hudson, Escambia Farms supervisor, talks things over with operator of cooperatively-owned tractor

Escambia Farms, Florida. Grade school and community building

Escambia Farms, Florida. Grading eggs in the cooperative. The cooperative hires these men by the day to do the grading

Escambia Farms, Florida. Kitty and John McLelland on a Sunday

Escambia Farms, Florida. FSA (Farm Security Administration) client's home

Escambia Farms, Florida. Johnny and Kitty McLelland on a Sunday making friends with the farm mule bought with a loan from the FSA (Farm Security Administration) and protected by mule insurance issued by a local cooperative

Escambia Farms, Florida. (vicinity) Former sharecropper's cabin, now deserted, symbolic of the ruin facing many of the small farmers in northern Florida which necessitated FSA (Farm Security Administration) projects

Escambia Farms, Florida. The even climate of Florida makes poultry houses easy to construct. Maximum ventilation is the only requisite

Escambia Farms, Florida. McLelland homestead

Escambia Farms, Florida. A farmstead in the bordering backwoods

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena, Kitty, John and George McLelland look over their Victory garden on a Sunday

Escambia Farms, Florida. FSA (Farm Security Administration) staff

Escambia Farms, Florida. George McLelland and his youngest son

Baker, Florida. Crossroads in nearest town to Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Julian Dowdy and his two sisters weighing in their crop of Victory beans

Escambia Farms, Florida. The even climate of Florida makes poultry houses easy to construct. Maximum ventilation is the only requisite

Escambia Farms, Florida. Escambia Farms has devised the simplest construction of all poultry yard equipment. Feed and watering troughs are usually made of wood

Escambia Farms, Florida. Cornfield, McLelland farm

Escambia Farms, Florida. Land bordering on Escambia Farms where poor grading and lack of terracing has caused the land to "wash," removing the topsoil, leaving the area sterile. Tree in foreground is a wild persimon which will grow anywhere

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena McLelland in the corn patch on a Sunday

Escambia Farms, Florida. Making change in the cooperative store

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena, Kitty and John McLelland picking beans for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. Cornfield

Escambia Farms, Florida. George McLelland dressing chicken for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. (vicinity) Negro home in the backwoods bordering on Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Corn is one of the main crops

Escambia Farms, Florida. Truck loading eggs from cooperatively association for market in Miami

Escambia Farms, Florida. Truck loading eggs from cooperative association for market in Miami

Baker, Florida. Nearest town to Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Kitty McLelland picking beans

Escambia Farms, Florida. Making change in the cooperative store

Escambia Farms, Florida. Chicken mash being delivered to the cooperative

Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mrs. McLelland cooking fried chicken for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. Looking west across the properly terraced land of George McLelland, FSA (Farm State Administration) client

Escambia Farms, Florida. On the western border of Escambia Farms, where the backwoods begin in a jungle of brush and second-growth pine

Escambia Farms, Florida. The McLelland family on Sunday afternoon

Baker, Florida, nearest town to Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. John, Kitty and Elena McLelland hoeing the sugar cane

Escambia Farms, Florida. Cooperative store

Escambia Farms, Florida. (vicinity) Second growth timber bordering on Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mr. McClelland talking with the supervisor of the farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Kitty McLelland helping her father hitch up the cultivator

Escambia Farms, Florida. Cooperative store and produce exchange

Escambia Farms, Florida. Johnny and Kitty McLelland on a Sunday making friends with the farm mule bought with a loan from the FSA (Farm Security Administration) and protected by mule insurance issued by a local cooperative

Falco, Florida [i.e. Alabama]. Only the charred foundations remain of the Falco lumber company mill, fifteen miles from Escambia Farms. Once the largest lumber company in northern Florida [i.e., Alabama near Florida border], it passsed out of existence in 1923 because of the depleted timber due to unplanned cutting

Escambia Farms, Florida. Elena McLelland giving her sister, Kitty, a sewing lesson on the family lawn on a Sunday

Baker, Florida. Nearest town to Escambia Farms

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mrs. George McLelland picking greens for a salad for Sunday dinner

Escambia Farms, Florida. A Florida "cracker" trys to "argue it out" with the sugar ration board

Escambia Farms, Florida. The McLelland farmstead on Sunday morning

Escambia Farms, Florida. Farmers came in from all directions to get their sugar ration cards for canning

Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars

Escambia Farms, Florida. FSA (Farm Security Administration) client's home

Escambia Farms, Florida. The even climate of Florida makes poultry houses easy to construct. Maximum ventilation is the only requisite

Escambia Farms, Florida. There is much land yet to clear and plow

Escambia Farms, Florida. George McLelland plowing his corn

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mr. McLelland keeping his accounts straight

Escambia Farms, Florida. FSA (Farm Security Administration) staff

Escambia Farms, Florida. Chicken mash in the cooperative store room

Escambia Farms, Florida. Mrs. McLelland talks over her canning problem with a FSA (Farm Security Administration) representative at the sugar ration board

Escambia Farms, Florida. Poultry house built of lumber cut and milled at the farm. FSA (Farm Security Administration) project, so that the house costs client only a few dollars

Escambia Farms, Florida. Selling yard goods in the cooperative store

Baker, Florida. (vicinity) Turpentine mill on the edge of town. Baker is the nearest town to Escambia Farms.

Escambia Farms, Florida. Boiling wash water on the McLelland farm

Escambia Farms, Florida. Land bordering on Escambia Farms FSA (Farm Security Administration) project showing results of poor terracing and grading. The sand wash has carried away all top soil and buried what little humus there is left

Escambia Farms, Florida. FSA (Farm Security Administration) client's home

Baker, Florida. (vicinity) Land bordering on Escambia Farms showing soil which has been washed due to inadequate terracing

Escambia Farms, Florida. Doris Clima and Julian Dowdy weighing in their Victory bean crop at the Escambia Farms cooperative

Escambia Farms, Florida. Three sons of a FSA (Farm Security Administration) client plowing corn

Escambia Farms, Florida. Doris Clima and Julian Dowdy weighing in their Victory bean crop at the Escambia Farms cooperative

310 East Government Street (Law Offices), Seville Square vicinity, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

Payne House, 1125 North Spring Street, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

Merritt-Rule House, 619 North Baylen Street, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

McClelland House, 304 East Government Street, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

Piney Woods, Main & Barracks Streets, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

C. A. Weis, Jr. House, 312 West Blount Street, Pensacola, Escambia County, FL

904 North Baylon Street (House), Pensacola, Escambia County, FL