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Ever wondered what food and #farming looked like in the past? New project lets you delve into old photos. http://www.foodpolitic.com/new-project-lets-you-delve-into-farms-of-the-past/

Ever wondered what food and #farming looked like in the past? New project lets you delve into old photos. http://www.foodpolitic.com/new-project-lets-you-delve-into-farms-of-the-past/

Josh and Eulia Smart place a second batch of chicks in their brooder, to raise more chickens for the FSA (Farm Security Administration) "Foo...

Josh and Eulia Smart place a second batch of chicks in their brooder, to raise more chickens for the FSA (Farm Security Administration) "Foo...

When my great uncle Char got a tractor in the 50's he was asked how he liked it. "Rained the other day. Creek came up. Tractor couldn't cross. Horses would have swum it."

When my great uncle Char got a tractor in the 50's he was asked how he liked it. "Rained the other day. Creek came up. Tractor couldn't cross. Horses would have swum it."

In this photograph from 1915, these men are working on a barn roof. They were hired for $1 a day, but the foreman was paid $5 each day, an exceptional wage at the time. All of the lumber for the barn was sawed from wood on the farm. See more vintage farm photos on our website.

In this photograph from 1915, these men are working on a barn roof. They were hired for $1 a day, but the foreman was paid $5 each day, an exceptional wage at the time. All of the lumber for the barn was sawed from wood on the farm. See more vintage farm photos on our website.

Old fashioned country store, a bit fancier than the one in Enola, Arkansas where Daddy grew up.

Old fashioned country store, a bit fancier than the one in Enola, Arkansas where Daddy grew up.

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