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Image of 1992.002.0021 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0021 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of Mr. & Mrs. Dunn looking over blueprints.

Image of 1992.002.0022 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0022 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of house in background and the Dunns in foreground. "Carpenters scurried to and fro, and daybreak found the walls and roof well in place. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Dunn are in the left foreground." "Workmen swarm over the roof of the Farm-in-a-Day. Picture was taken about dawn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Dunn are in the left foreground. About 200 workers donated their time to build the Farm-in-a-Day." Description courtesy of BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: 1952 Photo Description

Image of 1992.002.0023 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0023 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day constuction of shop, house in background.

Image of 1992.002.0024 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0024 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of almost finished house.

Image of 1992.002.0025 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0025 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of completed house and shop.

Image of 1992.002.0026 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0026 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of the Dunn Family receiving congratulations. "Hubert H. Walter, left, chairman of the Columbia Basin Water Festival, presents deed to the Farm-in-a-Day to Donald D. Dunn, former Kansas flood victim, in the late afternoon of May 29th. Mrs. Dunn looks on, with the daughters, Sally, 5 left, and Deanna, 9." Description courtesy of BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: 1952 Photo Description

Image of 1992.002.0027 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0027 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of turning the irrigation water on. "Commissioner Michael W. Straus, right, Bureau of Reclamation, turns the wheel to make symbolic first delivery of water on the million-acre Columbia Basin Project to the Farm-in-a-Day about 5p.m. May 29th. Donald D. Dunn, who received the $50,000 farm free, being chosen as the 'nation's most worthy veteran,' looks on happily. To left, is Richard D. Searles, Under-Secretary of the Interior." Description courtesy of the BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: 1952 Photo Descriptions

Image of 1992.002.0028 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0028 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of setting sprinklers for first time. "Frank Shinn, left, and Elwood Guenther examine sprinker system used on Farm-in-a-Day. Donation of this equipment was by G&K Implement Co., Ephrata, and Guenther Tractor Co., Pasco. Sprinkling system includes Reynolds Aluminium Co. pipe; Wyss Irrigation Co., Portland, cuppers and fitters; National Rainbird Sales & Engineer Corp., Azusa, Calif., sprinklers." Description courtesy of the BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: 1952 Photo Descriptions

Image of 1992.002.0029 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0029 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of irrigation water flows down the rows.

Image of 1992.002.0030 - Print, Photographic

1992.002.0030 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph with white border of Farm-in-a-Day of Donald Dunn cultivating first crop. "Donald D. Dunn, winner of the Farm-in-a-Day, is shown cultivating his bean crop. In the background can be seen the new corral which Dunn has added since he took over the farm." Description courtesy of the BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: 1952 Photo Descriptions