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Growing gold on trees and between the rows

Photograph of a farmer sitting on a piece of farm machinery pulled by 2 horses. He is in an agricultural field. A field of crops grows behind him and there is a tree on the left. Handwritten label on the print reads, "Growing Gold on Trees and Between the Rows. 95." Second label reads, "Gregory." Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Medford P&E."

Gregory, Lawrence A., 1876-

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."