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2006/93/1 Photographs (5), ploughing soil using different methods, paper, maker unknown, Australia, [1900-1950]. Click to enlarge.

Five photographs showing ploughing techniques.

Made in Australia, Oceania, [1900-1950].

These photographs document farming methods in Australia.

Summary

Object No.

2006/93/1

Object Statement

Photographs (5), ploughing soil using different methods, paper, maker unknown, Australia, [1900-1950]

Physical Description

Photographs (5), ploughing soil using different methods, paper, maker unknown, Australia, [1900-1950]

Five mounted photographs each showing a different technique, used in Australia, to plough soil: draft horses pulling tyne plough, tractor pulling tyne plough, and tractors pulling disc ploughs.

Dimensions

Height

150 mm

Width

200 mm

Depth

15 mm

Production

Made

Australia, Oceania [1900-1950]

Notes

Date range of technology recorded in photographs.

History

Notes

Perhaps used to document farming methods in Australia.

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

10 July 2006

Cite this Object

Harvard

Five photographs showing ploughing techniques. 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 11 December 2019, <https://ma.as/319948>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/319948 |title=Five photographs showing ploughing techniques. |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=11 December 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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