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CBAN_064
CBAN_064
IdentifierCBAN_064
TitleMen working with hay baler at the Barker Ranch on the Banning Bench near Banning, California
CreatorUnknown
Date Created1909
DescriptionExterior photograph of men harvesting Texas Red Oats on the Banning Bench near Banning, California. Photograph shows men using a hay baler.
TypeImage
Physical Description1 black and white photograph; 6.7 x 9.2 cm.
InstitutionBanning Library District
Collection Guidehttp://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6779r9df
Project NoteLHDRP
Country of CreationUS
Copyright StatusCopyright status unknown
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Languageeng
Subject (Name)Barker Ranch
Subject (Place)Banning (Calif.)
Subject (Topic)Agriculture-California-Banning
Ranches-California-Banning
Farm Equipment-California-Banning
Form/GenrePhotographs
Item/Call Number86-02-04-103
ContributorBarker, C. O.
TranscriptionWhen the grain had been harvested on the Bench the cattle from the desert range were brought in to fatten for the winter market. The desert range included water holes at 29 Palms, Surprise Springs, Dead Man, and Coyote Well. The land was government land for open range cattle feeding but the water holes were developed and owned by the individuals with cattle in the area.
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