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300 Bean Pods

Description: Caption says, "A-302 Soy Beans. Showing production of seed. 300 bean pods, two beans per pod. Seed beans averaged 9/16 inch in length. Good variety for production of soy bean seed but of very little value for green manure or hay. Refer to photographs Nos. A-309 and A-294."
Date: August 29, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Administration Buildings

Description: Caption says, "A-42 Altus Project. Photograph showing the administration section of the rock quarry. The sheet iron building at the left is the new compressor house, the building beyond the new ambulance is the store room and the building to the right is the headquarters building with a new bulletin board to the right of the entrance."
Date: January 16, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

African Millet

Description: Caption says, "A-306 Grain Sorghum, silage crop. African Millet variety. Average height, 6 feet. Chinch bug and drought resistant. Test shows greater drought resistance but less response to irrigation than Atlas Sargo (Photograph No. A-304). Produced 170 pounds per 50 linear feet, one row."
Date: August 29, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

African Millet and Dwarf Yellow Millo

Description: Caption says, "A-293 Chinch bug resistant African Millet. Notice bare spot in right background where chinch bugs have completely ruined Dwarf Yellow Millo. Non-irrigated. Contrast with photograph No. A-292."
Date: July 2, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Air Compressor Room

Description: Caption says, "A-94 Official Photograph. Flash photograph taken from rear of air compressor room, showing air intake pipe and screening unit at top of pipe."
Date: April 28, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus City Park

Description: Caption says, "A-62 Official Photograph. The city park from the southwest section looking north toward the High School and Junior College building. The left foreground section is the gladioli beds and the right section the rose garden."
Date: March 3, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Compress Office

Description: Caption says, "A-57 Altus Project. Office of the Altus Compress with compress showing in the background. Left to right is Mr. Lloyd Rooker, Superintendent and Mr. Ray Vorhies, Cashier of the Altus Compress. The compress is owned by Mr. M. A. Joy. It was built in 1929. The total area owned consists of 40 acres, 13 acres are under construction. The compress is of 100 bales per hour capacity. Storage space will accommodate 16,500 bales."
Date: March 3, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus High School

Description: Caption says, "A-66 Official Photograph. The High School and Junior College building taken from the northwest corner of the grounds. A large stadium has been completed in the western section of the school grounds."
Date: March 3, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus High School

Description: Caption says, "A-65 Official Photograph. The Junior College and High School building taken from the southwest showing the school building and grounds."
Date: March 3, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Arizona Hegira

Description: Caption says, "A-307 Grain Sorghum, Arizona Hegira (High Gear) grain crop, irrigated. Average height, 4-3/4 feet. Resistant to chinch bugs. Average length of head, 14 inches. Test showed variety very slow in maturing. Production record: 46 pounds of heads per 50 linear feet of row, irrigated; 19 pounds of heads per linear feet of row, non-irrigated."
Date: August 29, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Assorted Rock Sizes

Description: Caption says, "A-123 Stockyard with rows of assorted sizes of rocks to be squared for use in the construction of the new Altus Dam."
Date: July 6, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Backfilling Cutoff Trench

Description: Caption says, "Altus Project - Altus, Oklahoma. Dikes, Lugert - No. A-179 Looking north along cutoff trench showing backfilling operations. Taken from Station 27+50."
Date: July 14, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Backfilling Cutoff Trench

Description: Caption says, "Altus Project - Altus, Oklahoma. Dikes, Lugert - No. A-181 Looking north along cutoff trench showing backfilling operations. Taken from Station 31+50."
Date: July 14, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Backfilling Cutoff Trench

Description: Caption says, "Altus Project - Altus, Oklahoma. Dikes, East - No. A-228 Cutoff trench backfilling. Survey crew setting grade stakes for backfill. Looking north from Station 30."
Date: July 26, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Backfilling Cutoff Trench

Description: Caption says, "Altus Project - Altus, Oklahoma. Dikes, Lugert - No. A-166 Backfilling cutoff trench taken from lower break on east embankment six feet above bottom of cutoff trench. Well point unwatering system in foreground."
Date: July 11, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Backfilling Cutoff Trench and Auger Test

Description: Caption says, "Altus Project - Altus, Oklahoma. Dikes, Lugert - No. A-182 Looking south along cutoff trench showing backfilling operations. From Station 35+00. Auger test being taken in right foreground. Five feet of sand; hit clay at five feet."
Date: July 14, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Barn Lot and Russian Thistles

Description: Caption says, "A-48 Altus Project. A Barn lot of a farm on the south border of the N.Y.A. Experimental Plot north of Altus, Oklahoma, owned by Mr. W. M. Vandiver. Scenes such as this may be anywhere in the valley. Russian thistles are stopped by fence lines, farm impliments, and other obstacles in the path large enough to hold them."
Date: January 27, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie
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