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- Combination tobacco and sweet potato curing house made of concrete blocks
Community and Extension
Barns -- Design and construction
Sweet potatoes -- Curing
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Black and white print (photograph)
- Item identifier:
- Arnold, E. V. more info on Arnold, E. V.
- Created Date:
- Combination tobacco and sweet potato curing house made of concrete blocks, Fountain, North Carolina, August 1928. The curing house is 16 x 16 and owned by J. C. Parker who appears in the picture with his little daughter. Mr. Parker made the blocks for his barn at a cost of $125.00. Overall cost $250.00; Made by E.F. Arnold, County Agent. Subject - Combination Tobacco and Sweet Potato Curing House, Pitt County. Remarks - Owned by J.C. Parker, Fountain, N.C. Made of concrete blocks at a cost of $250.00. It is 16 x 16. Mr. Parker made the blocks for his barn at a cost of $125.00
Fountain (Pitt County, N.C.)
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University Archives Photographs
Living Off the Land
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- University Archives Photograph Collection. Agricultural Extension and Research services (UA023.007) held by Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
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