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Alfalfa Being Readied for Baling

Description: Photograph of an 8 year old stand of alfalfa being readied for baling. W. M. McCarty, work unit conservationist for the Soil Conservation Service, holds up some of the mowed alfalfa. This stand received 2 tons of lime per acre when planted and a light application of sheep manure. It yielded 1. 5 tons per ace by the end of the third year. Treated with 300# of 32% raw rock phosphate to the acre then it made good but spotted growth. The fan-type phosphate distributor used was blamed. Later another 300# of the phosphate was put out after the first cutting. Now yields run 3. 5 tons per acre per year. This soil is upland prairie, Soil Group 6.
Date: May 26, 1947
Creator: Reid, Louis
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

American Cleaners Acct.

Description: Photograph of employees working at American Cleaners, 415 N Broadway, Oklahoma City, OK. Photo by Meyers Photo Shop for the American Cleaners Acct., Sept. 26, 1945.
Date: September 26, 1945
Creator: Meyers Photo Shop
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

American Cleaners Acct.

Description: Photograph of the interior of American Cleaners, 415 N Broadway, Oklahoma City, OK. Photo by Meyers Photo Shop for the American Cleaners Acct., Sept. 26, 1945.
Date: September 26, 1945
Creator: Meyers Photo Shop
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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