|Object Name||Transparency, Slide|
From the slide series "Development of the Columbia Basin," Set #13. Sixty-first slide of series (color), "Thousands of bales of alfalfa are hauled daily on big trucks to the Puget Sound region. You see the trucks any day you drive over Stevens or Snoqualmie Pass. But a lot of the Basin farmers stack up their hay and feed it to their own stock, as this dairyman is doing near Quincy." Picture of Caucasian male child standing in front of farm machinery in a field with a stack of baled hay, trees, fences, fields and hills in background.
"Bale Hay" written in ink on bottom half of slide frame. "KODACHROME / TRANSPARENCY / PROCESSED BY KODAK" on one side of slide.
Description of slide from "Development of the Columbia Basin" slide script.
|Provenance||Slides photographed and distributed by J.W. Thompson.|
|Place||U.S.A/Washington/Columbia Basin/Grand Coulee Dam/Quincy|
|Relation||Show Related Records...|
Grand Coulee Dam