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[Landscape with house] / Lalanne.

Constance farm, Mr. Skinner's, Esquimalt

[Farmhouses by a pond]

Aiken house on Weldon Railroad, Virginia / negative by J. Reekie, positive by A. Gardner.

"Mr. Hautville took his letters, one at a time from the salver Love's crosses - 'cross lots / / Bellew.

Abandoned farm house, Monroe County, Pa.

Scene near Cayuga Lake, N.Y., Spring J.M. Hart

Farmer's home, Rolling Stone Valley, Minn.

Farmer's home, Rolling Stone Valley, Minn

R.G. Carr residence, West Union, Nebraska

[Back porch and wing of farm house to left; fenced in patch and tree to right]

[Farm house and red barn]

An intervale W.N. Bartholomew ; by W.N. Bartholomew

A backwoods Santa Claus exchanging Christmas things for turkeys

These are a few selections from Blackwell's Durham farm yard

Farm near Arion, Boyer Valley, Iowa

[Mr. and Mrs. Lindemuth, farmers, at Shoup's Mill, near Dayton, Ohio]

[Mr. and Mrs. Lindemuth, farmers, at Shoup's Mill, near Dayton, Ohio]

[Farm(?) house among trees]

[Exterior view of farmhouse]

The Farm house

Pine Grove or Ferry Farm, Fredericksburg, Va.

[The Farm house]

[The Farm house]

Headquarters of Gen. Geo. G. Meade, Gettysburg

Pereselencheskīĭ khutor v Nadezhdinskom poselki︠e︡. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

[Van de Voor(?) farm house, 1698, New York] / S. Hollyer.

Kavkaz. Vid na fermu Dagomys. Dom Upravlenīi︠a︡

Pereselencheskīĭ khutor v Nadezhdinskom poselki︠e︡ s gruppoi︠u︡ krestʹi︠a︡n. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

The old homestead

Pereselencheskīĭ khutor v Spasskom poselki︠e︡. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

An Abandoned farm house on Red Hill (Center Harbor), Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

[An Abandoned farm house on Red Hill (Center Harbor), Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.]

An Abandoned farm house, Red Hill i.e. Center Harbor, N.H

An Abandoned farm house, Red Hill [i.e. Center Harbor], N.H.

A group of berry pickers on Newton's Farm, Cannon, Del. 2 Children are 9 years of age, 1 Child, 15, and 1--16. These children have all been picking for the past 2 years. Location: Cannon, Delaware

A group of berry pickers on Newton's Farm, Cannon, Del. 2 Children are 9 years of age, 1 Child, 15, and 1--16. These children have all been picking for the past 2 years. Location: Cannon, Delaware.

Farmhouse of prosperous exile

In the gloaming / E. Lamasure.

"Renters." Itinerant Texas farmers who rent a farm for a year or so and then move on, giving them nomadic habits and everything is temporary. House unpainted and ill-cared for. The children from five years old up pick cotton and help with the farm work, but get little or no schooling. It is estimated by State University that 300,000 children are thus affected in Texas alone. See Hine report Texas. Beginning with the five year old girl here who picks some, all work including the women. The nine year old girl picks one hundred and fifty pounds a day. Father is in town. Farm comprises fifty acres, and they get about twenty bales of cotton this year, which is not a good year. Been here one year. Farm of J.W. Vaughn. Route 6. Location: Corsicana, Texas.

2 "yearlings" belonging to a South Georgia farmer. The former usually gets more attention than the child. John Paulk family. See report of Lewis W. Hine on Georgia, March 1915. Location: Kirkland, Georgia.

Ferma na st. Medvi︠e︡zhʹi︠a︡ Gora

2 "yearlings" belonging to a South Georgia farmer. The former usually gets more attention than the child. John Paulk family. See report of Lewis W. Hine on Georgia, March 1915. Location: Kirkland, Georgia

Typical farm home surrounded by tobacco and corn. Location: Warren County, Kentucky Lewis W. Hine

Typical farm home surrounded by tobacco and corn. Location: Warren County, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Home of Wyatt Pruett (in doorway). His father is a prosperous farmer but the boy stays out of school to work. Will go to Pruett School. Location: Henderson County--Hebbardsville vicinity, Kentucky Lewis W. Hine

Home of Ed Bentley family, Route 2, Hebbardsville. Father is up the river cutting logs (is home part of the time) and sister is attending the Zion School. Boys expect to go to Bluff City School, Div. 3, Henderson Co., in about 2 weeks; have lost 2 weeks already. Hayward is 15 years old and Harry is 11. Father rents the farm and has 6 acres in tobacco. No other help. Location: Hebbardsville, Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

One of the better class of farm homes. Location: Rockcastle County--Wilde [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Home of Wyatt Pruett (in doorway). His father is a prosperous farmer but the boy stays out of school to work. Will go to Pruett School. Location: Henderson County--Hebbardsville [vicinity], Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

Home of Ed Bentley family, Route 2, Hebbardsville. Father is up the river cutting logs (is home part of the time) and sister is attending the Zion School. Boys expect to go to Bluff City School, Div. 3, Henderson Co., in about 2 weeks; have lost 2 weeks already. Hayward is 15 years old and Harry is 11. Father rents the farm and has 6 acres in tobacco. No other help. Location: Hebbardsville, Kentucky Lewis W. Hine

Farmer with horse and wagon in front of new and old homestead, 1917, Canada

Ist Schleswig dänisch? ... Schleswig ist deutsch! / Chr. Kreutzfeldt.

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Knight House, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

[Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia. View from hill]

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Old Dunbar Quarters, Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Poor Farm, Poquoson, Warwick County, Virginia

Bushong Farm, Salem vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Ziekiel Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Fairfield Farm, Princess Anne County, Virginia

Yellott Farm, Wheatland vic., Loudoun County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Farm House (4 chimneys), Salem vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Gayle Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Log farm house, Hollins vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Haley Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

House beyond Fairfax Court on Route 50, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virginia

Haley Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Ward Farm, Franktown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Ward Farm, Franktown vic., Northampton County, Virginia

Gayle Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Farm House (4 chimneys), Salem vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Bushong Farm, Salem vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Ziekiel Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Fairfield Farm, Princess Anne County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Trouts Farm, Roanoke, Roanoke County, Virginia

Unidentified house, Louisiana

Log farm house, Hollins vic., Roanoke County, Virginia

Unidentified house, Louisiana

Fairfield Farm, Princess Anne County, Virginia

Haley Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Cox House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Haley Farm, Spotsylvania County, Virginia