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[Boar, mastiff, thistle, raspberries, lily, moths and insects]

La Romaine aristocratique

Il faut donc mourir puis qu'il n'i a plus de son

Le maitre de danse des aristocrates, allons donc l'Abbe cochon en mesure

L'entreé-franche - je me suis ruine pour l'en gresser - la fin du compte je ne sait pu én faire

[Woman, with chickens and ducks in baskets, facing another woman at wall of building, two dogs, and man walking with a pig]

The death chamber

The porker and the sheep

The winner of the rifle match / A.B. Frost.

Edson's fix / Gillam after Gehrts.

A hard job with the hogs / Gillam.

The pig has the pull / Gillam.

William Moore, Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

James Ash at Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Pigs shown on farm in Custer County, Nebraska, with sod house in background.

"Hard Life on the Homestead." Custer County, Nebraska.

Ira Watson and family of Sargent.

John M. Conley or John W. Conley.

Sod house and William I. Coen family, four and one-half miles north of Berywn, Custer County, Nebraska

Weber Family, West Union, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Family on a ranch in Custer County, Nebraska.

Napoleon Roe, north of Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ranching in East Custer County, Nebraska.

"Our Interests on the Prairie." A sod house in Custer County, Nebraska.

The David Hilton family near Weissert, Custer County, Nebraska.

"A Day on the Farm." East Custer County, Nebraska.

George Greenwalt, Weissert, Nebraska, Custer County, Nebraska.

John U. Kleeb, Round Valley, Custer County, Nebraska

Family members on Mr. Brown's ranch with hogs, cattle, sheep and sod house in background, Custer County, Nebraska.

"Our Interests on the Prairie." A sod house in Custer County, Nebraska.

Good morning said he; pray how do you do

East Custer County, Nebraska.

Farm scene near Swanson, north Custer County, Nebraska.

"With Our Crop." East Custer County, Nebraska.

Animal locomotion

Julius Kirk family on their ranch in Custer County, Nebraska.

Charles Westbrook family, Comstock, Nebraska

East Custer County, Nebraska.

East Custer County, Nebraska.

Farm scene near Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska

Family on a stock ranch in Custer County, Nebraska.

Livestock on the James Gates ranch at Gates, Nebraska, showing Gates bridge on the Middle Loup River and T.J. Butcher's home in the distance to the right.

Ranch in Custer County, Nebraska.

Farm of W.W. Potts, Cat Creek, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Family in Custer County, Nebraska.

Font Sharp on his ranch south of Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Ross Anderson, east Custer County, Nebraska.

East Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

W.P. Hyatt, Cat Creek or Elk Creek in Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Sandy with royalty

Ranch in northeastern Custer County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in Custer County, Nebraska.

Family shown in horse-drawn wagon in farm scene, northwestern part of Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Walking on air she was so proud

Between Ansley and Berwyn showing the Burlington Railroad Bridge, Custer County, Nebraska.

Farm scene near Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

Hog ranch, Custer County, Nebraska.

Watson, north part of Custer County, Nebraska.

Due uomini che attendono alla pelature di un maiale (Farnese)

Thomas Langhron, Victoria Creek, Custer County, Nebraska.

Thomas Langhron, Victoria Creek, Custer County, Nebraska.

W.H. Burdett, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Charles Springtube family north of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Charles Amsberry's semi-dugout, near Berwyn, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Mahot ranch six miles north of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

Log house with a sod addition, Custer County, Nebraska.

Middeswartz ranch (formerly the Able ranch), on the South Loup River, Custer County, Nebraska.

Deafenbaugh, near Westerville, Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Frank Owens, northeast of Callaway, Custer County, Spring Creek, north of Young Ranch.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Sticking hogs, Armour's great packing house, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, U.S.A.

The bear runs away with the dancing hog

Roasting pigs at the great barbecue, G.A.R. encampment, Louisville, Ky.

Candidate Billy's busy day

Thou lazy varlet! late again

He's back again! / J.S. Pughe.

U.S.S. Iowa, pig taken from Spanish cruiser [Cristobal] Colon

[Large building with harbor in background, Greece?] [Buildings and forts on the coast of Malta]

George Adams ranch, Deer Creek, Lincoln County, Nebraska.

The Quisenbury Ranch on the Snake River in Cherry County, Nebraska.

Cherry County, Nebraska.

The warrener

George Adams ranch, Deer Creek, Lincoln County, Nebraska.

Family with horses and cattle on the farm of C. Layton, on Cliff Table west of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

Panoramic picture illustrating the pork industry

J.D. Lanterman stock, southwest of Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Saw mill on Niobrara east of Valentine, Nebraska.

"Grover," a champion hog owned by Dorsey, who raised thoroughbred Poland China hogs. Goshen Valley, Holt County, Nebraska.

Log, sod, and frame houses on the Quisenbury Ranch on the Snake River in Cherry County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch at Wood Lake, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Log, sod, and frame houses on the Quisenbury Ranch on the Snake River in Cherry County, Nebraska.

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