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Image / Photograph of Petaluma Hay Press With Woman on Horseback

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Title
Photograph of Petaluma Hay Press With Woman on Horseback
Creator
Unknown
Contributor
Albert Snyder Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
1900
Publication Information
Monterey County Free Libraries
Contributing Institution
Monterey County Free Libraries
Collection
Monterey County Free Libraries Local History Photograph and Document Collection
Rights Information
Unknown
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Description
Photograph of Petaluma Hay Press, 1900 owned and operated by brothers, Elmer and John E. Snyder. Woman on horse is not identified.
Another view of the Petaluma Hay Press, (1900) owned and operated by the brothers, Elmer and John E. Snyder. Snyder is J. W. Snyder Ranch, Aromas, Calif. Woman on horse is not identified Description by Alzora Snyder
Type
image
Format
1 black and white photographic print; 3.25 inches x 3.25 inches
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/c8sn0720
CSALCL_038
Print 16
Language
English
Subject
Petaluma Hay Press
Mowing machines--California
Agricultural machinery & implements--California
Place
Aromas (Calif.)
Monterey County (Calif.)
Source
Selected from the Albert and Alzora Snyder and Aromas Library Collection Scrapbook 3 and 4

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