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Community Windbreak Pattern and Short Belts

Description: Photograph of a portion of a community windbreak pattern west of Dill City taken from near the H. C. Blanton farm. A field of UNIDENTIIFED vegetation is directly in front of the windbreak. The back of the photograph proclaims, "A portion of a community pattern west of Dill City, North Fork of Red River Soil Conservation District, Oklahoma. The horseshoe-shaped and short belts seen on the H. C. Blanton farm, left center, were designed to solve specific bowing problems and assist in special cropping plans."
Date: September 26, 1949
Creator: Postlethwaite, Hermann
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Aerial Shot of Partially Completed Pattern of Windbreaks in Development Since 1939

Description: Photograph of an aerial shot of partially completed pattern of windbreaks in development since 1939. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Partially completed pattern of windbreaks in the Dill area, North Fork of Red River Soil Conservation District, Oklahoma. Note the farmstead windbreaks planted in conjunction with the more extensive field windbreaks. An effective farmstead is soon in the center protecting the Blanton farm. This community pattern has been in the process of development since 1939."
Date: September 26, 1949
Creator: Postlethwaite, Hermann
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Aerial Shot of A Portion of A Community Windbreak Pattern

Description: Photograph of an aerial shot of a portion of a community windbreak pattern just west of Dill City. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Portion of a community windbreak pattern just west of Dill City, Oklahoma, in the North Fork of Red River Soil Conservation District. This is an area of sand soils often lacking uniformity to permeable depth. The uneven windbreak at the lower left particularly illustrates this variation in depth. The taller thriftier trees are growing in six feed of permeable soil while the shorter less vigorous stands are on soils as shallow as two feet. Note effective furrow and windbreak in center, right."
Date: September 26, 1949
Creator: Postlethwaite, Hermann
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Aerial Shot of A Community Pattern of Field and Farmstead Windbreaks In The Process of Development

Description: Photograph of an aerial shot of a community pattern of field and farmstead windbreaks in the process of development. The back of the photograph proclaims, "A community pattern of field and farmstead windbreaks in the process of development in the North Fork of Red River Soil Conservation District of West of Dill City Oklahoma. May specialized types of plantings can be seen."
Date: September 26, 1949
Creator: Postlethwaite, Hermann
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Pine Posts at Reese Pole Plant

Description: Photograph of two UNIDENTIFED men looking at pine posts at Reese Pole Plant. The back of the photograph proclaims, "When SCD cooperators thin pine stands to D+6, post are part of the harvest. These posts are ready for the treatment vat."
Date: September 26, 1961
Creator: Ball, Lemuel
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Collective Terrace Outlet Protected With King Ranch Bluestem

Description: Photograph of M. B. Coffey, Work Unit Conservationist, standing in a collective terrace outlet protected with King Ranch bluestem. The back of the photograph proclaims, "This is a collective terrace outlet protected with King Ranch Bluestem. The grass was planted in April 1950 at the rate of 5 lbs. per acre. This strip is 45 feet wide at top and 150 feet wide at bottom. When grass is well established 30 acre field at left of this strip will empty on strip. M. B. Coffey Work Unit Conservationist appears in the photo."
Date: September 26, 1950
Creator: Brock, C. G.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Charcoal Plant

Description: Photograph of two UNIDENTIFIED men at a charcoal plant near Heavener. The back of the photograph proclaims, "End product of cull hardwoods removed to improve [sic] pine stand or in preparation to pasture establishment. This market source form [sic] a cull product aids in getting sound land use installed."
Date: September 26, 1961
Creator: Ball, Lemuel
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Overflow Damage Chigley Sandy Creek

Description: Photograph of overflow damage above Site 4, Chigley Sandy Creek Watershed. This bottom land is not protected by floodwater retarding structures. The crop of small grain was up to a good stand and will have to be replanted. Overflow was caused by an unofficial 7.7 inch overnight rain.
Date: September 26, 1955
Creator: Fry, Chester
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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