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image no.: 12858
contact sheet: A0397
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Field Of Flax Two Months After Sowing
subject(s): AgricultureFlaxPrairies
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image no.: 14908
contact sheet: A0464
collection: Morden Research Station Collection
description: Flax Is One Of Most Widely Distributed Special Crops On Morden Research Station Program With Acreage Across Canadian Prairies. As A Major Oilseed For Domestic & Export Use, Morden Produces & Screens Thousands Of Lines Every Year. This Fish Eye View Shows Plots With The With The Office Complex In The Background At Morden, Mb.
subject(s): AgricultureBuildingsCropsFlaxOilProgramsResearch
date: 1979, August 16
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image no.: 64469
contact sheet: A2074
collection: H.A. Lewis Collection
description: Professor Ray P. Frey Of The University Of Saskatchewan Measuring The Height Of Flax Stubble Lefton The H.A. Lewis Farm At Gray, Sk
subject(s): AgricultureCropsFlaxPersonalitiesUniversities
date: 1943
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image no.: 26370
contact sheet: A0884
collection: Harry Franzman Collection
description: Threshing Flax In Winter (January To March) With A Mogul Tractor On H.M. Franzmann Farm Atfannystelle, Mb. The Franzmanns Started Threshing In January 13, 1925 And Threshed Off An Don Until Feb. 16, 1925. They Were Plagued By Cold, Blizzards And Wet Days. They Threshed 26 Round Stacks Altogether. At One Point They Moved To A Different Stack And The Mogul Tractor Got Stuck An Had To Be Helped Out With Horses.
subject(s): AgricultureEquipmentFlaxHorsesThreshingTownsTractorsWeather
date: 1925, January