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Scotch pine with crooked stems on land of the North Carolina Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: Farm Forestry Series [#961] By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; Note the crooked, deformed stems of Scotch pine in planting at lands of N. C. Granite Corporation, Mount Airy.

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White pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: #962, Farm Forestry Series, By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; White pine planting on lands of North Carolina Granite Corporation, Mount Airy, N. C.

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White pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: Farm Forestry Series [#962] By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; White pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation, Mount Airy, N. C.

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Scotch pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: Farm Forestry Series [#960] By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; Scotch pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation, Mount Airy.

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Scotch pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: #960, Farm Forestry Series, By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; Scotch pine planting on lands of North Carolina Granite Corporation, Mount Airy, N. C.

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Scotch pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation

Transcribed from back: #961, Farm Forestry Series, By R. W. Graeber, Extension Forester; Scotch pine planting on lands of N. C. Granite Corporation, Mount Airy, N. C.

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Spraying magnesium arsenate on snap peas with pumping air pressure sprayer, Mount Airy, NC, 1926

Spraying magnesium arsenate on snap beans. Pumping air pressure sprayer used in spraying for contron of Mexican bean beetles on the farm of A. V. [Neat] in Mount Airy, North Carolina, August 6, 1926

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Man spraying snap peas to control Mexican bean beetle

Transcribed from enclosed note: Using air pressure sprayer to spray magnesium arsenate on snap beans.--A.V. West Farm, Aug. 6, 1926

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Water run to lime-sulfur cooking tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

Water run to lime-sulfur cooking tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Water run from stream to lime-sulfur cooking tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

Transcribed from back: This water gravity feed

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Spraying trees with rods at Mt. Airy Orchards

Spraying trees with rods at Mt. Airy Orchards

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Spraying top of tree with rod at Mt. Airy Orchard

Spraying top of tree with rod at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Spraying peaches with spray guns at Mt. Airy Orchard

Transcribed from back: Notice the peach buds have swelled [illegible[ This is too late to control leaf curl. peaches should be sprayed before buds begin to swell. (Apple should be sprayed after green can be seen in buds.) Most peachs are sprayed too…

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Spraying peach trees with spray guns at Mt. Airy Orchard

Transcribed from back: Spraying peaches. Spray guns are being used--and if made to show a fine mist as these men are spraying--guns are good for small trees--But usually guns require about 1/3 more natural to be used so much of the spray wasted by…

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Rear view of lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy

Rear view of lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy

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Mt. Airy Orchard on face of Blue Ridge Mountains

Mt. Airy Orchard on face of Blue Ridge Mountains

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Mt. Airy Orchard

Transcribed from back: Showing slope and land and location of tree on typical mountain orchard!

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Men spraying trees with rods at Mt. Airy Orchard

Men spraying trees with rods at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy Orchard

Lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy Orchard

Lime-sulphur cooking plant at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Drawing cooked lime-sulphur solution into settling tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

Drawing cooked lime-sulphur solution into settling tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

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Cooking lime-sulfur in tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

Cooking lime-sulfur in tank at Mt. Airy Orchard

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York tree heavily set with fruit at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from enclosed note: Showing location of trees, trees in bloom and loaded with fruit

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Tree set with fruit at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from back: [Illegible] tree [illegible] set with fruit.

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Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard on mountain side

Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard on mountain side

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Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from enclosed note: Showing location of trees, trees in bloom and loaded with fruit

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Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from enclosed note: Showing location of trees, trees in bloom and loaded with fruit

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Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from enclosed note: Showing location of trees, trees in bloom and loaded with fruit

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Apple trees in bloom at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from enclosed note: Showing location of trees, trees in bloom and loaded with fruit

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25-year old trees loaded with newly set fruit at Sparger Orchard

Transcribed from back: 25 year old [illegible] trees--loaded with newly set fruit.

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Postcard from the US Department of Agriculture to M.P. Snow

Postcard from the US Department of Agriculture to M.P. Snow dated September 11, 1956 regarding cover crop

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North Carolina Tobacco Report 1953-1954

North Carolina Tobacco Report 1953-1954- The Bulletin of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Number 135, March 1954

Skull Camp Dairy combined scans 1-98 final.pdf

Skull Camp Dairy

Scrapbook of the Skull Camp Dairy farm owned by Ned and Iveylyn Martin from 1949-1990. The scrapbook contains photographs newspaper clippings letters and auction materials. The scrapbook also contains information about Mrs. Martin as a lunchroom…

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Photograph of Men Loading Foliage into a Vat

Photograph of men loading foliage into a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff and Company

Photograph of T.N. Woodruff and Company in Lowgap NC

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Photograph of Men Loading Foliage into a Vat

Photograph of men loading foliage into a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of Man Loading Foliage into a Vat

Photograph of man (possibly William Jackson Lowe) loading foliage into a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff

Photograph of T.N. Woodruff examining shrubbery

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Photograph of Men Loading Foliage into a Vat

Photograph of men loading foliage into a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of Men Stirring a Vat

Photograph of men stirring a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of Men Stirring a Vat

Photograph of men stirring a vat- probably dying floral supplies. Part of T.N. Woodruff and Company collection

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff

Photograph of T.N. Woodruff examining shrubbery

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff and Unknown Man

Truman N. Woodruff on left, who ran a floral supply company in Lowgap NC and sold galax. This plant may be silver pine.

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff and Unknown Woman

Photograph of T.N. Woodruff and Unknown Woman examining Galax leaves

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Photograph of T.N. Woodruff sorting Galax

Photograph of T.N. Woodruff sorting Galax in Banner Elk NC

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Tag from Idle Wilde Farms

Tag from Idle Wilde Farms in Mount Airy, NC

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Planter's Warehouse statement

Statement for Walter Rogers from Planter's Warehouse-Planter's Indenpendent Tobacco Warehouse Co. 1923

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Mount Airy Guano Company Inc. statement

Statement from Mount Airy Guano Company Inc. dealers in high grade fertilizers for Mr. Thompson Rogers 1916

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Planters Warehouse letter

Letter from Mr. Haynes proprietor of Planters Warehouse for the sale of leaf tobacco to W.T. Rodger asking for seed 1923

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About When to Cut Tobacco by D.V. Davis

Article written by D.V. Davis from Advance (N.C.) entitled About When to Cut Tobacco 1913

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Simpson Bass and Company Shippers statement

Simpson Bass and Company Shippers Grain Hay and Mill Feed Richmond (V.A.) monthly statement for M.L. Hill

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Davis Robinson and Company receipt

Davis Robinson and Company receipt for twenty bags of oats and corn purchased by M.L. Hill for thirty five dollars in 1913

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City Hay and Grain Company check

City Hay and Grain Company check paid to the Bank of Norfolk from M.L. Hill 1909

Farmer's Union Warehouse

Farmer's Union Warehouse

postcard of postcard - Farmer's Union Warehouse on 125 Franklin Street

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Statement for fertilizer purchase from R.K. Simmons Fertilizer Dealer

Statement for fertilizer purchase from R.K. Simmons Dealers in high grade fertilizers 1919

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Participation Certificate Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association for W.H.T. Rogers 1925

Participation certificate for Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association issued to W.H.T. Rogers from Brim N.C. 1925.

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Generic letter from Famers Produce and Supply Company to pay bill

Generic letter from Farmers Produce and Supply to farmers to pay their fertilizer note January 10th 1917

"Working Together in Surry County"

"Working Together in Surry County"

Booklet, probably dating from 1951, discussing best practices for farming and raising livestock.

The Surry County Agricultural Society Journal from 1819-1823

The Surry County Agricultural Society Journal from 1819-1823

The Surry County Agricultural Society Journal from 1819-1823 edited by Nannie May Tilley and published in the October 1947 issue of the North Carolina Historical Review. This journal was found among the papers of David S. Reid, governor of North…

The Granite City: Mount Airy North Carolina pamphlet

The Granite City: Mount Airy North Carolina pamphlet

1960s pamplet The Granite City: Mount Airy North Carolina developed by the Chamber of Commerce