Farms--Washington (State)

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Irvington School sixth grade class visit to Stickney dairy farm

Twyla Trute (left), Janet Stickney and Melanie Bates pet a rabbit at the Stickney dairy farm near Orchards, Washington. Trute and Bates visited the farm during a field trip with their sixth grade class at Irvington School. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1954 (negative 4 of 13).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Irvington School sixth grade class visit to Deffenbaugh peppermint farm

Dennis Louie (left) and Dick Solum from Irvington School eating lunch during an outing to the Deffenbaugh peppermint farm, near Orchards, Washington. The boys lean against a rock while holding paper plates of food. The students visited the Deffenbaugh peppermint farm and Stickney dairy farm during a sixth grade class field trip. This photograph was published in the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 13, 1954 (negative 3 of 13).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Daybreak Stock Ranch, Clark County, Washington

A farmhouse, barn, and agricultural outbuildings at Daybreak Farm and Stock Ranch in Clark County, Washington. A sign reading, "Daybreak Farm," hangs above the barn entrance in the center of the photograph. A handwritten description on the back of the photograph reads, "Daybreak Stock Ranch - newly developed enterprise in Clarke [sic] County, Wa."

Unidentified farm near Washougal, Washington

Photograph of an unidentified farm near Washougal, Washington. A cow stands on the horizon in the distance. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "In the foreground, land cleared ready for the plow in the mid distance farm buildings and in the distance is (sic) great stretches of rolling meadow. Near Washougal and Camas, Wn."

Dairy farm near Washougal, Washington

Photograph showing a cluster of buildings including a farmhouse, barn and other structures at a dairy farm near Washougal, Washington. The buildings are surrounded by agricultural fields. A second farm is visible in the distance. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "A type of Dairy farm near Washougal Washington, Fortunes are being made in the dairy business in this favored section along the North Bank Railroad."

Working a hay field in Kennewick, Washington

Photograph showing several agricultural workers posing in a hay field in Kennewick, Washington. They are baling hay. Two horse-drawn wagons are piled high with hay. Handwritten label on the bottom of the print reads, "K-23, Emigh's hey (sic) field, Kennewick, Wash., 1906. Photo by Graveslund, Kennewick, Wn."

Gravenslund, John H., 1861-1944

Farmland near Washougal, Washington

Photograph showing rolling hills of farmland near Washougal, Washington. A few farms are scattered across the wide, open fields. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Farm Lands lying north of Washougal Washington. No better land can be found in the world and no better climate exists for the perfect growth of grain grasses and fruit. Potatoes on these lands produce tremendous crops, Cabbage and other vegetables grow finely and of the best quality. Nearly all the farmers in this vicinity have more land than they can cultivate, and are cutting their large holdings into smaller tracts for the new comers who prefer to buy improved land. The prices of these lands are very low compared to that asked in other parts of the country. These lands are contiguous to the great North Bank road."

Farmland near Washougal, Washington

Photograph showing a wide area of farmland near Washougal, Washington. There is a structure in the distance. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Typical farm lands along the upper level of the Columbia River Valley. Here are seen farms and burnt over tracts that are easily made ready for the plow, and such lands are unsurpassed for fruits, especially Apples Prunes and Strawberries. The finest wheat Clover and alfalfa land to be found. no need for irrigation. Abundance of pure, soft water at a depth of thirty feet. Such land may be had at from $60 to $100 an acre. This view was taken five miles from Washougal, Wn."

Cows in field in Dallesport, Washington

Photograph of 8 cows scattered in a wide, open field in Granddalles, known today as Dallesport, Washington. Two of the cows in the center appear to be young calves. The cows all turn to look at the camera. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "3000 acres of this kind of flat land commencing with Granddalles townsite and extending 3 1/2 miles north to foothills." Handwritten note indicates this is Washington state.

Cows in field in Dallesport, Washington

Photograph of cows in an open field in Granddalles, known today as Dallesport, Washington. A creek flows on the left. The cows look at the camera. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Spring in Granddalles Townsite Block 56." Handwritten note on the back indicates this is Washington state.

Dairy farm, Washougal, Washington

Photograph showing a line of cattle walking up a ramp toward a barn in Washougal, Washington. Three adults and a child stand at the top of the ramp, in the entryway to the barn. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Palmer Dairy Farm at Washougal, Wash. 18 miles from Vancouver, Wash. Situated on the Columbia River and North Bank Ry." Second handwritten note reads, "Dairy Farm, Southwestern Washington." Stamp on the back of the print reads, "From Passenger Department, The North Bank Road, Portland, Ore."

Dairy farm near Vancouver, Washington

Photograph showing a view of a dairy farm near Vancouver, Washington. View includes a farmhouse, barn and grazing cattle. A woman and child stand in the garden in front of the farmhouse. Three horses and buggies are visible in the photograph. The North Bank Railroad runs behind the farm. The Columbia River flows in the background. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "S.D. Durgan Dairy farm 1 mile east of Vancouver, Wash. North Bank R.R. showing in picture."

Horses pulling combine harvester, Washtucna, Washington

Photographic postcard showing roughly 30 horses pulling a combine harvester down a hill in a grain field in Washtucna, Washington. Several farm workers pose on the farm machinery. Handwritten label on the front of the postcard reads, "Colliers Combine Harvester, Washtucna. Ash." Handwritten note on the back of the postcard is crossed out. It reads, "Combine at work, H. Collier Ranch, Washtucna."

Harvesting crops in Goldendale, Washington

Photograph showing a harvest underway in an agricultural field. Farm workers pose on a line of machines and horse-drawn wagons used to harvest crops. At the front of the line, on the left, horses power a header. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Header on farm of Mr. Elsworth, Goldendale, Wn."

Combine harvester on farm in Goldendale, Washington

Photograph showing approximately a dozen horses pulling a combine through an agricultural field in front of a farmhouse in Goldendale, Washington. Several farm workers stand on the combine. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Combine working 4 miles out of Goldendale." Second handwritten note reads, "Klickitat Co, Wn." Third handwritten note reads, "A Washington-Oregon combine harvester." Stamp on the back indicates that a reproduction of this print was ordered from Hicks-Chatten Engraving Co. on November 16, 1911. Second stamp on the back reads, "The North Bank Road, Portland, Ore."