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  • Subject (Images): Barns
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    • Oxford Orphanage Photo Album, ca. 1922

    • 1922
    • Sallie Mae Ligon Museum & Archives & Masonic Home for Children at Oxford
    • MHCO commissioned photography, c. 1922 (swimming pool with bathhouse erected 1922).
    • Fair Barn

    • 1940
    • Tufts Archives (Pinehurst, N.C.);
    • Horse Show - Fair Barn & Grounds
    • Tobacco Barning

    • 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950
    • Benson Museum of Local History
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    • Tobacco Workers

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows farm workers preparing tobacco to go to market. It has been cured and now it will be removed from the sticks and sorted by quality of the cured leaf.
    • Tobacco Workers

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows farm workers preparing tobacco to go to market. It has been cured and now it will be removed from the sticks and sorted by quality of the cured leaf.
    • Tobacco Barn and Mule

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image is a long shot of a tobacco barn showing harvested and cured tobacco under the front shed. Under the shed on the right, stacks of tobacco sticks can be seen. Farm workers are visible in the photo as well as a tobacco drag, or sled, pulled...
    • Tobacco

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows a woman, at the right, stringing (also known as tying or looping) tobacco to tobacco sticks. A young boy is handing tobacco to her for stringing. Behind him is a tobacco drag containing the leaves.
    • Stringing Tobacco

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows two women in the foreground stringing (also known as tying or looping) tobacco to tobacco sticks. Behind them, a young boy is handing over tobacco for stringing. Between the two groups is a tobacco drag containing harvested leaves.
    • Tobacco

    • 1956
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows farm workers preparing tobacco to go to market. It has been cured and now it will be removed from the sticks and sorted by quality of the leaf.
    • Tobacco

    • 1957
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows an African Amercian farm worker unloading tobacco leaves from a drag. He is placing the leaves on a table so the women can string the tobacco onto the sticks and then place in the barn for curing.
    • Tobacco Stringing

    • 1957
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image shows African American woman tying, or stringing, tobacco. A woman is handing her tobacco in the right of the photo. A stack of tobacco sticks can be seen to the left. Behind her a young African American girl can be seen. A mule stands...
    • Barnet Moore Tobacco Barn, Front

    • 1980
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Structure date circa 1850. Also owned by Elmore and Mosley families. Located New Bethel Township.
    • Zelma Joyce Scott Barn, Side

    • 1981
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Structure date early 19th century. Located SR 1349 Hamlin Ford Rd., Madison Township.
    • Willis Tobacco Factory, Interior

    • 1981
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Structure date circa 1880-1891. Structure demolished. Located SR 2148 Whetstone Creek Rd., Mayo Township.

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