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Farming Equipment and Methods

Description: Photograph of stubble mulch. Stubble mulch tillage operation on the Myrtle Patterson farm in Trail Flat. Stubble from 35 bushels of wheat per acre. Soil Conservation Service [SCS] program started in 1952 on this farm. OK-349-11.
Date: July 20, 1956
Creator: Riley, J. T., Jr.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Grass, Legume and Forb Cultivation

Description: Photograph of sand bluestem (KG-1156-53 1949 Curtis). Sown on April 27, 1955 in the spillway of Site # 3 on Barnitz Creek Watershed. It is now excellent cover and is around 3 feet tall at the present time. OK-394-11.
Date: October 4, 1956
Creator: Riley, J. T., Jr.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Floodwater Retarding Structure

Description: Photograph of aerial view of floodwater retarding structure No. 1. Completed May 55. Drainage area 4,112 sq. in. , Sediment Storage 1. 45 in. , Flood Storage 3. 90 in. , Total Capacity 1,834. 0 Ac. Ft. Total surface aRea 144. 4 Ac. , volume of fill 118,00 cu. yd.
Date: May 26, 1955
Creator: Haws, H. M. & Bruns, G. M.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Floodwater Retarding Structure

Description: Photograph of aerial view of floodwater retarding structure No. 35. Completed Feb 1955. Drainage 1,845 A. C. , ediment Storage 1. 88 in. , Flood Storage 3. 35 in. , Total Storage 804. 8 Ac. Ft. , Surface 67 Ac.
Date: May 26, 1955
Creator: Haws, H. M. & Bruns, G. M.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Floodwater Retarding Structure

Description: Photograph of aerial view of floodwater retarding structure No. 9. Comp[leted Feb 1955, Drainage 765 Ac. , Sediment Storage 1. 70 in. , Flood Storage 3. 56 in. , Total Storage 334. 8 Ac. Ft. Surgace 24. 2 Ac. Embankment 41,517 cu. yds.
Date: May 26, 1955
Creator: Haws, H. M. & Bruns, G. M.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Seventh Annual Youth Range Camp

Description: Photograph of L to R: 1. Matt Sooter, SCS, Cheyenne, OK; 2. Dick Childs, Pasture Spec., OSU, Stillwater; 3. Jack Bohl, WUC, SCS, Hammon, OK; 4. Bob Green, Rancher, Elk City, OK; 5. Harman Seymour, Ext. Director, Cheyenne, OK; 6. Charles Grimes, Range Consv., SCS, Waurika, OK; 7. C.E. Kingery, Range Consv., SCS, Stillwater, OK; 8. Tom Perryman, WUC, SCS, Cheyenne, OK; Emmett McCord, Ext. Range Spec., OSU, Stillwater, OK; 9. Dr. Wilfred McMurphy, Agronomy Dept., OSU, Stillwater, OK; 10. O.H. Lowry, WUC, SCS, Sayre, OK; 11. B.P. Prickett, WUC, SCS, Clinton, OK. OK-2872-10.
Date: August 24, 1968
Creator: Croom, Dan
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Youth Range Camp

Description: Photograph of Charles Grimes, Work Unit Conservationist [WUC], and Henry and Duane Harrell examining a watering facility. OK-3170-11.
Date: August 22, 1968
Creator: Croom, Dan
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Site No. 1A, Barnitz Creek After 5-inch Rain

Description: Photograph of Site No. 1A, Barnitz Creek near Leedey after approximately five-inch rain. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Site No. 1A after approximately 5-inch rain at Leedey, Okla., 6-17-56. Water lacks approx. 1 foot being top of riser. “
Date: July 18, 1956
Creator: Ritchey
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Creg Ranch Cattle and Reseeded Pasture

Description: Photograph of a nine heads of cattle grazing in a reseeded pasture on the Creg ranch. A barn and house is in the far distant background on the right. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Cattle grazing in reseeded pasture.”
Date: January 1959
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Site No. 1A, Barnitz Creek After 5-inch Rain

Description: Photograph of Site No. 1A, Barnitz Creek near Leedey after approximately five-inch rain. The back of the photograph proclaims, “Site No. 1A after approximately 5-inch rain at Leedey, Okla., 6-17-56. Water lacks approx. 1 foot being top of riser. “
Date: July 18, 1956
Creator: Ritchey
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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