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Two workers at Cawston Ostrich Farm dry ostrich feathers and feather decorations on a clothesline. Edwin Cawston, who initially established an ostrich breeding farm in Southern California in 1886, opened his famous farm in South Pasadena in 1896.
1 black and white photographic print; 5 x 7 inches