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14-acre Alfalfa Crop Ready for a Second Cutting on the Choska Drainage District

Description: Photograph of a 14-acre alfalfa crop ready for a second cutting on the Choska Drainage District. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Ready for second cutting as this 14–acre crop of alfalfa yielded two tons first cutting. Formerly too wet to be productive, field produced five tons of alfalfa in 1950 per acre. Drainage ditch on the right is just out of camera range. 18-acre field on other side of ditch that never produced anything before drainage yielded fifty bushels of corn in 1950. Other acres are also benefiting by drainage.”
Date: July 12, 1951
Creator: Fox, Lester
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

14-acre Alfalfa Crop Ready for a Second Cutting on the Choska Drainage District

Description: Photograph of a 14-acre alfalfa crop ready for a second cutting on the Choska Drainage District. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Ready for second cutting as this 14–acre crop of alfalfa yielded two tons first cutting. Formerly too wet to be productive, field produced five tons of alfalfa in 1950 per acre. Drainage ditch on the right is just out of camera range. 18-acre field on other side of ditch that never produced anything before drainage yielded fifty bushels of corn in 1950. Other acres are also benefiting by drainage."
Date: July 12, 1951
Creator: Fox, Lester
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

30-Acres of Class VII Land Seeded By Airplane With No Seedbed Preparation on Earl Morris’ Farm

Description: Photograph of part of 30-acres of Class VII land seeded by airplane with no seedbed preparation on Earl Morris’ farm. The back of the photograph proclaims, “30 acres seeded by airplane. No seedbed preparation. Class VII land. Terraces hadn’t held it. Been out of cultivation one year. Seeded to weeping lovegrass in 1948 – no stand. Too rough to put tractor on.”
Date: March 1949
Creator: Archer, S. G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

30-Acres of Class VII Land Seeded By Airplane With No Seedbed Preparation on Earl Morris’ Farm

Description: Photograph of part of 30-acres of Class VII land seeded by airplane with no seedbed preparation on Earl Morris' farm. The back of the photograph proclaims, "30 acres seeded by airplane. No seedbed preparation. Class VII land. Terraces hadn't held it. Been out of cultivation one year. Seeded to weeping lovegrass in 1948 – no stand. Too rough to put tractor on."
Date: March 1949
Creator: Archer, S. G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

40 Acre Improved Irrigated Pasture

Description: Photograph of general view of 40 acre improved irrigated pasture. Cattle and several buildings are barely visible in the distant background. The back of the photograph proclaims, “General view of 40 acre improved irrigated pasture. Planted Sept. 1950 grazing started March 30, 1951.”
Date: April 19, 1951
Creator: Fenner, Olen L.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

40 Acre Improved Irrigated Pasture

Description: Photograph of general view of 40 acre improved irrigated pasture. Cattle and several buildings are barely visible in the distant background. The back of the photograph proclaims, "General view of 40 acre improved irrigated pasture. Planted Sept. 1950 grazing started March 30, 1951."
Date: April 19, 1951
Creator: Fenner, Olen L.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

I-44 Skelly By-Pass, Highway 75 Okmulgee Bee-Line, and the City of Tulsa

Description: Photograph of an example of the vast land needed to construct modern highways to serve metropolitan areas like Tulsa. The foreground shows the I-44 Skelly By-Pass and Highway 75 Okmulgee Bee-Line, while the city of Tulsa is in the background. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Intersection of I-44 (Skelly By-Pass) and Highway 75 (Okmulgee Bee-Line). Tulsa in background. Shows the vast areas of land needed to construct modern highways to serve large metropolitan areas.”
Date: February 18, 1970
Creator: Thomas, James W.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

I-44 Skelly By-Pass, Highway 75 Okmulgee Bee-Line, and the City of Tulsa

Description: Photograph of an example of the vast land needed to construct modern highways to serve metropolitan areas like Tulsa. The foreground shows the I-44 Skelly By-Pass and Highway 75 Okmulgee Bee-Line, while the city of Tulsa is in the background. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Intersection of I-44 (Skelly By-Pass) and Highway 75 (Okmulgee Bee-Line). Tulsa in background. Shows the vast areas of land needed to construct modern highways to serve large metropolitan areas."
Date: February 18, 1970
Creator: Thomas, James W.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

50 B Complex

Description: Photograph of the 50 B Comples-mixed clay and loams range site. Excellent condition, moderate utilization. Claypen on left, loamy on right.
Date: July 14, 1960
Creator: Fry, Chester
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

50 B Complex

Description: Photograph of the 50 B Comples-mixed clay and loams range site. Excellent condition, moderate utilization. Claypen on left, loamy on right.
Date: July 14, 1960
Creator: Fry, Chester
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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