Vanishing Culture of Agriculture, 1984-1999

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Consists of 87 11x14 black and white prints documenting agricultural life in North Carolina, Minnesota, Alabama, Kentucky, and South Carolina. Many of the images are from North Carolina and were part of an on-going assignment funded by the Rural Advancement Fund to document the rural Carolinas; others formed part of an annual report assigned and supported by the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation. Several images document organic farmers and their activities, and one of the last African-American dairy farmers in N.C. Original captions and numbering taken from back of prints. Arranged numerically by negative number.


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