[Farm home of F. Ray]

Item Info

UBC Identifier:
CC-PH-05601
Description:
Inscribed : The home of F. Ray, a prosperous farmer in the North Battleford district. Mr. Ray began farming in this district in 1903 with only $45; he now has 1,300 acres of the ""finest land that lays out of doors"", 75 horses, 240 head of cattle and a full line of machinery, which is all his. He threshed 17,000 bushels of grain this year. He says: ""There is nothing to it; this is the only country for a man to get a start in if he is alive.""
Physical Description:
Photographic material
Creation Date:
[ca. 1920]
Creator:
Unknown
Subject:
Farms; Homes & haunts
Location:
Box 28
Media Type:
Photographic material

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