UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography > Keystone-Mast Collection > 134 See No. 133 This is not the Old-Fashioned Way of Threshing. If Looked at Closely, There Are Small Metal Disks under the Seat of the Driver, Which are Cutting the Straw (Already Treshed out) into Short Lenghts. This Chopped-up Straw Is Used for Making Sun-dried Bricks, to Strengthen the Bricks

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Title
134 See No. 133 This is not the Old-Fashioned Way of Threshing. If Looked at Closely, There Are Small Metal Disks under the Seat of the Driver, Which are Cutting the Straw (Already Treshed out) into Short Lenghts. This Chopped-up Straw Is Used for Making Sun-dried Bricks, to Strengthen the Bricks
Creator
De Meiss-Teuffen
Contributor
Gifford M. Mast
Date Created and/or Issued
[Date not indicated]
Publication Information
Keystone View Company
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography
Collection
Keystone-Mast Collection
Rights Information
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Description
134 See No. 133 This is not the Old-Fashioned Way of Threshing. If Looked at Closely, There Are Small Metal Disks under the Seat of the Driver, Which are Cutting the Straw (Already Treshed out) into Short Lenghts. This Chopped-up Straw Is Used for Making Sun-dried Bricks, to Strengthen the Bricks.
People with a donkey in a field full of hay
Type
image
Format
Keystone photo print 7.18 in. x 4.18 in.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt8779r5vv
1996.0009.KU105006
Language
English
Subject
Activities
Harvesting
Threshing
People
Men
Nature
Animals
Donkeys
Place
Asia
Iran
Latitude: 32 00 00 N
Longitude: 053 00 00 E

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