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Pictures of student farming programs at Cal Poly in 1932 when it was still a high school </br> [00:00:14] Title cards </br> [00:00:35] A man sorts eggs according to cards; more men are shown caring for birds as explained by title cards </br> [00:02:43] A student walks around hen cages and sorts eggs </br> [00:03:40] Dairy cows are examined and selected </br> [00:05:18] Cows are led by students </br> [00:05:54] Some cows are milked </br> [00:10:10] Sheep are shorn </br> [00:10:39] Hogs are shown in a field, then get fed by students </br> [00:12:20] Plants are organized in a greenhouse </br> [00:13:00] Students plant small bushes outside a barn </br> [00:13:27] A student irrigates a field with a hoe </br> [00:14:16] Students near the mission plant a new lawn, Ah Lous house visible </br> [00:15:46] View of a large silo and additional farm equipment </br> [00:16:30] A mechanic repairs a piece of farm machinery </br> [00:17:51] Some men construct farm equipment in a field </br> [00:18:00] Views of interior of a warehouse for construction </br>
[Original] Black and White Silent 16mm film
1 Reel of 1
Dexter, Bin 8, left loose on fourth shelf; ua-sel_00000271 cslusp_000021
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