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1. Miles Lund farm aerial, Aneta, N.D. Miles Lund farm aerial, Aneta, N.D. Farms; Croplands; Aerial of farmstead with cropland in distance.

2. Troy farm near Steele Troy farm near Steele Farms; Farmhouses; Barns; Windmills; View of farmstead from driveway, showing two-story house, barn, windmill, and another barn-like structure. No people in photograph. Hand-drawn decoration around image. Assume it is near Steele, North Dakota....

3. Christ Schwartz farm, 9 miles S.E. of Steele (sandy land) Kidder County Christ Schwartz farm, 9 miles S.E. of Steele (sandy land) Kidder County Erosion; Dirt; Depressions; Droughts; Farms; Land; Small farmstead with severe wind erosion visible in foreground.

4. Halvor Pladson barn, Hatton, N.D. Halvor Pladson barn, Hatton, N.D. Barns; Gambrel roofs; Farms; Cupolas; Poultry houses; Side view of large barn in farmyard. Chicken coop on extreme left and trees in background. Roof has three cupolas.

5. Geo. Murphy farm, 14 miles S.E. of Steele in Kidder County. Cultivated field ruined by wind. Much soil Geo. Murphy farm, 14 miles S.E. of Steele in Kidder County. Cultivated field ruined by wind. Much soil drifting has occured on this farm Erosion; Dirt; Fences; Croplands; Depressions; Droughts; Farms; Land; View looking across cropland with severe wind erosion. A farm and trees are visible in the background.

6. Geo. Murphy farm, 14 miles S.E. of Steele, Kidder County. The last nine crops were either complete or Geo. Murphy farm, 14 miles S.E. of Steele, Kidder County. The last nine crops were either complete or near complete failures Erosion; Dirt; Fences; Croplands; Depressions; Droughts; Farms; Land; View looking along fence row with drifted top soil during drought. Farmstead with a few trees visible in the background.
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