Thomas Byron (T.B.) Keith Photograph Collection, 1831, 1890-1975

Overview of the Collection

Title
Thomas Byron (T.B.) Keith Photograph Collection
Dates
1831, 1890-1975 (inclusive)
Quantity
221 photographic prints
Collection Number
PG 14
Summary
Photographs depicting the methods, machinery, implements, and buildings relating to horse farming in the Palouse region, collected or taken by Thomas Byron Keith for use in his book, "The Horse Interlude."
Repository
University of Idaho Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
University of Idaho Library
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 2350
Moscow, ID
83844-2350
Telephone: 2088850845
libspec@uidaho.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Not much is known about Thomas Byron (T.B.) Keith other than he wrote many publications, including:
- Livestock Feeding Manual, 1951
- Formulation of Idaho Steer Rations, 1959
- Levels of Protein for Pigs, 1940
- A Comparison of Feeder Lambs, 1933
- Delayed Concentrate Feeding to Steers: Relation of Quantity of Concentrate Fed to Carcass Grade and Yield, Part 2, 1959
- Diethylstilbestrol in Steer Fattening Rations: A Comparison of Methods of Administering Diethylstilbestrol with Two Levels of Protein and Two Ratios of Concentrate to Roughage, Volume 1, 1960
- Level of Energy Intake and Efficiency of Energy Utilization by Steers, 1971
- Diethylstilbestrol in Steer-finishing Rations as Affected by Levels of Protein Intake, 1965
- Growth Responses of Lambs Fed Three Levels of Roughage with Chlortetracycline and Aurofac 2A, 1955
- Vitamin and Antibiotic Supplementation of Rations Composed of Barley, Peas and Oats for Growing & Finishing Swine, 1962
- Peas: A Source of Protein for Sheep, 1953
- The Performance of the Pregnant and Lactating Ewe as Affected by Phosphorus Sources and Quality, 1955
- Levels of Supplementary Protein for Pigs on Pasture, 1941
- Soybean Oilmeal for Growing Lambs, 1940
- Two Ratios of Concentrate to Roughage, Four Protein Levels, Two Corn Silage Levels, and Two Oil Levels for Steers, Volumes 32-50, 1958
- Optimum Ratio of Concentrate and Roughage for Steers as Affected by Corn Silage and Protein Level, Volumes 32-50, 1955
- Steer Feeding Research by the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961
- Beef Cattle Feeding Experiments with Urea, 1955
- Linseed Meal for Growing and Fattening Lambs, 1934
- The Optimum Ratio of Concentrate to Alfalfa Hay for Fattening Steers, 1952
- Bionomics of Anacamptodes Clivinaria Profanata (Lepidoptera Geometridae) on Mountain Mahogany in Idaho, Volumes 68-84, 1967
- The Horse Interlude: A Pictorial History of Horse and Man in the Inland Northwest, 1976

If you have more information about T.B. Keith, please contact University of Idaho Library, Special Collections & Archives Department!

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains over 200 photographs taken or collected by Thomas Byron (T.B.) Keith, primarily for his book "The Horse Interlude: A Pictorial History of Horse and Man in the Inland Northwest." Photographs depict the methods, machinery, implements, and buildings related to horse farming in the Palouse region.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[description of item], Thomas Byron (T.B.) Keith Photograph Collection (PG 14), Special Collections and Archives, University of Idaho Library, Moscow, Idaho.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

PhotographsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
object
14-001
Photo of line drawing showing northward spread of the horse in the western United States. -Shows approximate route and approximate date horse reached area. From "The American Antrhopologist"
6.5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-002
Photo of plat map of Whitman County, Washington. -Plat of Township 16 North, Range 42 East
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-003
Photo of plat map of Whitman County, Washington. -Plat of Township 16 North, Range 42 East
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-004
Mullan Road historical marker
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-005
Photo of Charles M. Russell painting "Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flatheads"
10x6 inch black and white print
undated
14-006
Palouse Falls
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-007
Field of Bunch grass (Agropyron inerme)
3.5x5 inch color print
undated
14-008
Flailing grain with wooden pole. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
7.75x5.35 inch black and white print
undated
14-009
Two men using bellows to separate the grain from chaff and straw. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
5.25x6.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-010
Muley cradle
5x3.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-011
Harvesting wheat with grape vine cradle. -Courtesy of Caterpillar Tractor Co.
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-012
Trying bundles with stalks of the wheat plant. Worker is holding a "Turkey Wing". -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
8x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-013
Photo of poster showing McCormick's reaper and the seven basic principles for grain-cutting machines
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-014
An original McCormick reaper. -Photo taken of exhibit at Lion's Club Museum in Cottonwood, Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-015
First public trial of the McCormick reaper. -Trial took place near Steele's Tavern. Close to Walnut Grove, Virginia. Photo courtesy of International Harvester Co.
7x5 inch black and white print
July 1831
14-016
Improved reaper. -Photo taken of exhibit at Lion's Club Museum, Cottonwood, Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1971
14-017
Harvest scene. Reaper owned by Albert Klein in use on his farm. -Courtesy of Albert Klein
5.25x2.75 inch black and white print
1908
14-018
Harvest scene. 1908 reaper on Albert Klein Farm. -Courtesy of Albert Klein
5x3.5 inch color print
1968
14-019
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of lever hay baling press. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-020
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of Farquahar's thresher and clearner. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-021
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of baling press by steam power. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-022
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of McCormick iron mower. -From book "The America Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-023
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of Buckeye mower. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-024
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of new Buckeye table-rake, with adjustable reel. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-025
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of Thomas Sulky rake
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-026
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of Gleaner hay and grain rake
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-027
Harvest scene. Team of horses pulling hay rake. -Generally referred to as a dump rake. Courtesy of Dave Ferguson
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-028
Harvest scene. Young girl riding a one-horse dump rake. -Also called Sulky rake
5.5x3.25 inch black and white print
undated
14-029
Photo of engraving of Noyes grapple hay fork. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-030
Photo of engraving of Harpoon hay fork. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-031
Photo of engraving of pulley carrier for unloading and stacking hay, before 1884. -From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-032
Harvest scene. Photo of engraving of Noyes field pitching apparatus. -Method used to stack hay with a grapple fork during the 1880s. From book "The American Farmer" (1884). Courtesy of Lawrence Wells
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-033
Harvest scene. Plow team of oxen in Michigan. -Courtesy of Mel Taggart
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-034
Horse-powered ferry on Columbia River. -Ferry built by Abe Carter and his brother. Courtesy of Robert H. Ruby
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1900
14-035
Thomas B. Keith with a mare used for wheat farming
Photographer: Bertha Anderson Stipe. 7x5 inch black and white print
1910
14-036
Harvest scene. Three 8-horse plow teams on ranch near Dusty, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
1919
14-037
Harvest scene. Front view of an 8-horse plow team
7x5 inch black and white print
1919
14-038
Harvest scene. Three 8-horse teams being hitched to plows
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-039
Harvest scene. Seven 6-horse plow teams plowing G.B. Mix land near Moscow, Idaho
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
1928
14-040
Harvest scene. Seven drill and five harrow teams plowing area
Photographer: Ross Watson. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-041
Grand champion Percheron mare of the International Livestock Show in Chicago
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
1910
14-042
Purebread Clydesdale mare (on left) and purebread Percheron mare (one right) owned by the University of Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-043
Clydesdale and Percheron mares owned by the University of Idaho
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-044
Percheron and Clydesdale mares at the Lewiston Horse Show. Lewiston, Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
1914
14-045
6-in-hand show team owned by the University of Idaho in the Little International parade. -Courtesy of Lester Kimberling
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-046
All black 6-in-hand owned by the University of Idaho in a Little International Parade. In front of Administration Building. -Courtesy of Lester Kimberling
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-047
Farm machinery. 3 bottom 12-inch mouldboard plow
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x4 inch black and white print
1971
14-048
Farm machinery. Double-disc cultivator, single-disc plow and sweep. -Photo taken of exhibit at Lion's Club Museum, Cottonwood, Idaho
Photographer: Ross Watson. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-049
Harvest scene. Six 8-horse plow teams on farm owned by Louis Gilmore. Northwest of Potlatch, Idaho. -Courtesy of C.W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
1915
14-050
Harvest scene. 8-mule plow team hitched in tandem of two 4-mule teams to a 3-bottom gangplow
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-051
Horse barn of the post World War I era built by A. N. Keith
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
1972
14-052
Round horse barn built in 1917 by Thomas A. Leonard. Located on old Moscow-Pullman highway
Photographer: Phil Schofield. 5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-053
Harvest scene. Hay being moved to a hay mow with a 4-time Jackson fork
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-054
Harvest scene. Group of men, boys and horses harvesting hay iwth a buck-rake
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-055
Two stagecoaches, called mudwagons, used to haul passengers from Culdesac to Grangeville
Photographer: Robert Beale. 10x8 inch black and white print
1900
14-056
Horse-drawn taxi cabs. Moscow, Idaho. -Courtesy of Albert Neely
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1910
14-057
Five taxi cabs and drivers. First taxi service in Moscow, Idaho. -Courtesy of Albert Neely. Cabs included a 7-passenger Hudson, several 5-passenger Studebakers and a 7-passenger Franklin
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
14-058
Buggy being pulled by two Appaloosa horses. -Courtesy of Abe McGregor Goff. Buggy used by H.W. Goff, owner of insurance agency in Colfax, Washington to transport insurance salesmen through the wheat-growing areas
5x4 inch black and white print
Circa 1910
14-059
Team of horses pulling a slip, a 2-horse dirt mover
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-060
Men standing with loggin horses. -Horses used to move lofs in the woods until the early 1930's
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-061
4-horses fresno. -Courtesy of Joe Dvorak. Fresno implement designed to move dirt
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-062
Front view of two 4 horse fresnos. -Courtesy of Joe Dvorak. Fresno implement designed to move dirt
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-063
Two 4-horse fresnos moving dirt. -Courtesy of Joe Dvorak. Fresno implement designed to move dirt
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-064
Developing a road bed with horses and fresnos during construction of Spokane and Inland Empire Railroad
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1908
14-065
Horse teams moving dirt to fill valleys during construction of Spokane and Inland Empire Railroad
Photographer: Eggen. 7x5 inch black and white print
1908
14-066
Cutting horse at work. -Courtesy of George B. Hatley
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-067
Harvest scene. Thirty two-horse team pulling a 20-foot ground-powered combine. Near Moscow, Idaho. -Combine owned by Charles Arthur Snow and Ed Snow
10x8 inch black and white print
1900
14-068
Harvest scene. Five 33-horse combine teams. Drumheller ranch. Dry Gulch Creek in Walla Walla county, Washington. -Courtesy of Rovert Beale. Combines are "Oregon Specialists" built by Hotl Manufacturing Co
10x8 inch black and white print
Circa 1904
14-069
Harvest scene. Thirty two-horse team of Cleveland Bays and Hambletonians, hitched in tandem of five sixes and two leaders, pulling a ground-powered combine. -Courtesy of Dave Ferguson
10x4.5 inch black and white print
1911
14-070
Harvest scene. Twenty seven-horse team hitched in tandem of four sixes and three leaders pulling a gas-powered combine
7x5 inch black and white print
1926
14-071
Harvest scene. Two 27-horse combine teams harvesting a crop with ground-powered combines. Charles Hofer farm near Pullman, Washington
Photographer: Bill Walters. 10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-072
Harvest scene. Thirty-three mules pull a gas engine combine owned and operated by Carl Penner, Walla Walla, Washington. -Courtesy of Carl Penner
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-073
Harvest scene. Holt combine with 14-foot sickle bar. Near Moscow, Idaho
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
14-074
Harvest scene. Holt combine with 14-foot sickle bar. Near Moscow, Idaho
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
14-075
Harvest scene. Rear view of Holt combine with 14-foot sickle bar. Near Moscow, Idaho
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
14-076
Harvest scene. 40-horse combine-harvester team pulling a ground-powered 20-foot sickle bar Holt combine
Photographer: Clifford W. Ott. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-077
Schandoney combine hitch for a 33-horse team. -Courtesy of Rovert Beale
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
14-078
Location of the cloverleaf in the Schandoney combine hitch for a 33-horse team
7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-079
Front view of a combine harvester. -Phoo taken of exhibit at Fort Walla Walla Pioneer Village
7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-080
Harvest scene. Steam-powered combine on the Ferguson's Rim Rock Ranch five miles southwest of Colton, Washington. -Courtesy of Dave Ferguson
9.75x5.75 inch black and white
1912
14-081
Harvest scene. Converted self-propelled Holt engine. -Courtesy of Clifford W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
1919
14-082
Harvest scene. Allis Chalmers combine harvesting wheat near Moscow, Idaho. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-083
Harvest scene. View of right side of 6-foot pull-combine. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-084
Harvest scene. Rhodes combine harvester. -Harvester first built in 1912 in Moscow, Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
1915
14-085
Photo of advertisement showing front and rear view of the Rhodes combine harvester. -Courtesy of Lila Hawley
7x5 inch black and white print
1915
14-086
Harvest scene. Rhodes Combine Harvester pulled with 16 horses hitched in tandem of fours. Operated by M. Kroll near Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Lila Hawley
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-087
Harvest scene. Rhodes Combine Harvester pulled with 22 horses hitched in tandem of three-sixes and a four-horse lead team. Operated by Gus Heilsburg near Wilcox, Washington. -Courtesy of Lila Hawley
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-088
Harvesting grain with horse operated separator using 13 horses and Jackson Fork
8.75x3.75 inch black and white print
undated
14-089
Photo of diagram of sectional view of iron frame horse power. -Courtesy of J.I. Case
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-090
Photo of diagram showing top view of 14-horsepower with "sweeps" braces, and equalizer rods attached. -Courtesy of J.I. Case
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
14-091
Harvest scene. Fourteen-foot sickle-bar header, four header boxes and a grain separator. Threshing operation of Ed Davis near Steptoe, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
1893
14-092
Wheat harvest using donkey engine to thresh. -Courtesy of Rovert Beale
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-093
Harvest scene. Threshing outfit using a donkey engine and a straw carrier. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin.
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1890
14-094
Harvest scene. Threshing outfit using a donkey engine and a half-moon separator
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-095
Harvesting wheat in Washington with a stack thresher
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-096
Harvesting wheat with steam-powered thresher
Photographer: Bill Walters. 10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-097
Harvesting wheat with bundles
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-098
Harvest scene. Bundle threshing near Steptoe Butte, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-099
Harvest scene. Separator equipped with a derrick for unloading headings of wheat
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-100
Harvest scene. W.C. Loney sews sack of wheat
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-101
Harvest scene. Wagon loaded with 25 sacks of wheat. Oglesby ranch, Peck, Idaho. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
10x8 inch black and white print
1911
14-102
Hydraulic pump for water wagon. -Courtesy of E.S. Tacke
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-103
Loading steamer with wheat. Lewiston, Idaho. -Courtesy of Clifford M. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1880
14-104
Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) speaking from platform made of sacks of wheat in front of Administration Building. University of Idaho
7x5 inch black and white print
1911
14-105
Wheat stored in sacks outside in open area. Colfax, Washington. -The bumper crop of 1912 made it necessary to stack sacks outside
7x5 inch black and white print
1912
14-106
Wheat stored in sacks outside in open area. -Courtesy of C.M. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-107
Wheat stored in sacks outside in open area. -Shows equipment and method of stacking sacks
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-108
Wheat stored in sacks outside in open area. Ritzville, Washington. -The bumper crop of 1937 made it necessary to stack sacks outside. Courtesy of C.W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
1937
14-109
Wheat in sacks stored inside a warehouse using handtruck. -Courtesy of C.W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-110
Unloading wheat wagons at railraod wheat station. -Coutesy of C.W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-111
Fly trap used in or around the cook wagon of a stationary thresher. -Photo taken on exhibit at Pioneer Museum Village in Fort Walla Walla Park
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x7 inch black and white print
1971
14-112
Harvest scene. The cook wagon, a house on wheels, used for threshing operations. -Wagon of Jum Robinson ranch near Walla Walla, Washington. Photo taken of exhibit at Pioneer Museum Village in Fort Walla Walla Park
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x4 inch black and white print
1971
14-113
Steam engine used for wheat harvesting during the period 1900-1910. -Photo taken of exhibit at Pioneer Museum Village in Fort Walla Walla Park
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x4 inch black and white print
1971
14-114
Jackson, harpoon and hoedown forks used for hay harvesting. -Photo taken of exhibit at Pioneer Museum Village in Fort Walla Walla Park
Photographer: Ross Watson. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-115
Harvest scene. McCormick header with header box. Near Mocknomema, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
1921
14-116
Harvest scene. Front view of a header and four header boxes
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-117
Harvest scene. Rear view of header and header-box harvesting on A.N. Keith farm. Frank Schrieber, header; Lee Hubbard, header puncher; T.B. Keith, box driver
Photographer: Bertha Anderson Stipe. 7x5 inch black and white print
1910
14-118
Loaded header box during harvest
Photographer: Bertha Anderson Stipe. 7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1910
14-119
Rear view of header and header box during harvest
Photographer: Bertha Anderson Stipe. 7x5 inch black and white print
1910
14-120
Farmland near Whitman Couty fairgrounds on Highway 95 about a mile from Mockonema, Washington
Photographer: George Woodbury. 5x4 inch black and white print
1970
14-121
View of land across Union Flats toward Dusty, Washington
Photographer: George Woodbury. 5x4 inch black and white print
1970
14-122
L.F. Hubbard heading crew for wheat harvest. -Courtesy of Bill Walters
Photographer: Hutchinson. 10x8 inch black and white print
1910
14-123
Thresher and headers for wheat harvest. -Courtesy of Bill Walters
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-124
Harvest scene. 6-horse header wagons
8x4 inch black and white print
undated
14-125
Unloading boxes during harvest with Jackson Fork
8x4 inch black and white print
undated
14-126
Photo of advertisement for Randolph Header
Photographer: Ross Watson. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-127
Harvest scene. Two headers and a gas operated thresher. -Courtesy of Bill Walters
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-128
Harvest scene. Header and thresher combination using a Rumely Oil-Pull, 16-30 engine and a 24-inch Case separator
7x5 inch black and white print
1921
14-129
Harvest scene. Thresher crew sitting on sacks of wheat
7x5 inch black and white print
1923
14-130
Harvesting crew of 10 men. Far left: Frank Schrieber, owner of outfit; fourth from left: T.B Keith
Photographer: Bertha Anderson Stipe. 7x5 inch black and white print
1910
14-131
Harvest scene. Heading outfit with a derrick for unloading header wagons. Near Colfax, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-132
Harvest scene. Early model pull-binder. -Photo taken of exhibit at Cottonwood Museum, Cottonwood, Idaho
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
14-133
Harvest scene. Two push binders with 12-foot sickles operated with six mules each
Photographer: Hodgins Drug Photo, Moscow. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-134
Harvest scene. Front view of a small pull binder showing bundle-trying mechanism, reel and sickle
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x4 inch black and white print
1971
14-135
Harvest scene. Rear view of a pull binder showing twine box and bundle-tying mechanism. -Photo taken of exhibit at Pioneer Village at Fort Walla Walla
Photographer: Ross Watson. 5x4 inch black and white print
1971
14-136
Harvest scene. Farm all tractor pulling a pull-binder operated with power take-off. -Courtesy of Floyd W. Trail
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-137
Harvest scene. Bundle thresher of 1915
Photographer: Tom Baker. 7x5 inch black and white print
1969
14-138
Harvest scene. Six-horse team pulling a water tank. -Coutesy of Dave Ferguson
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-139
Harvest scene. Wagon loaded with wheat sacks pulled by four horses
Photographer: Bill Walters. 10x8 inch black and white print
Circa 1900
14-140
Copy print of first Idaho National Harvesting machine built in 1905 and the inventors, Cornelius Quesnell and Andrew M. Anderson
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-141
Harvest scene. Four horses and side view of an Idaho Harvester. -Ed Snow of Moscow, owner and operator of machine
10x8 inch black and white print
1911
14-142
Harvest scene. Three Idaho Harvester machines cutting wheat
10x6 inch black and white print
1909
14-143
Harvest scene. An Idaho Harvester approaching a corner of field on Arthur Howe Farm. Colfax, Washington. -Coutesy of Gainford W. Mix
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-144
Harvest scene. An Idaho Harvester beginning to turn the corner of field on Arthur Howe farm. Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
9x5.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-145
Harvest scene. An Idaho Harvester completing the turn in field on Arthur Howe farm. Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
9x5.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-146
Harvest scene. An Idaho Harvester turned and ready with the full swath on Arthur Howe farm. Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
9x5.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-147
Harvest scene. Idaho Harvester used with 12 horses in tandem of twos. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
9.5x6 inch black and white print
undated
14-148
Harvest scene. Idaho Harvester used with 11 horses. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
7.5x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-149
Harvest scene. Idaho Harvester and oxen. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
9.5x5.5 inch black and white print
undated
14-150
Harvest scene. Rear view of Idaho Harvester and ox team. -Photographed in Argentina. Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
14-151
Harvest scene. Idaho Harvester converted to a pull combine. -Photo taken of exhibit at Lion's Club Museum, Cottonwood, Idaho. At time of photo, only Idaho Harvester known to be intact
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
14-152
Sign detailing history of the Idaho Harvester on display in Lion's Club Museum, Cottonwood, Idaho
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 5x7 inch black and white print
1971
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Harvest scene. Eight horses pulling the 8-foot Idaho National Harvester originally constructed to be pushed. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. Front view of eight horses pulling Idaho Harvester. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
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Freight cars loaded with Idaho harvesters. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix. Harvesters shipped in large numbers to Arizona, California, and Argentina
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Blacksmith shop on North Main Street, Moscow, Idaho. First home of the Idaho National Harvester. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Second Idaho National Harvester building, Moscow, Idaho. -Building used from 1906-1909. Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
10x8 inch black and white print
Circa 1900
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Exterior view of Idaho National Harvester assembly building. Moscow, Idaho. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Exterior view of Idaho National Harvester assemply building. Moscow, Idaho
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Idaho Harvesters in process of being assembled. Moscow, Idaho. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
5.75x4.5 inch black and white print
Circa 1910
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Cylinder of the Idaho Harvester. -Courtesy of Gainford W. Mix
7x5 inch black and white print
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Yakima Canutt receiving the Pendleton Round-up award
Photographer: Howdyshell Photo, Pendleton. 8x10 inch black and white print
11 September 1969
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Yakima Canutt riding a saddle bronc. -Captions on card reads "Yakima Canutt making it a wild ride. (Doubleday).
5.5x3.5 inch black and white print
undated
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Faye Hubbard and his 3-year old Appaloosa stallion, Rex. -Courtesy of George Hatley
4.5x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1930
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R.A. Long on a horse on the desert
7x5 inch black and white print
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Floyd Hickman on an Appaloosa horse at his ranch in Almota, Washington. -Horse offspring of Toby I. Courtesy of George Hatley
4.5x3.25 inch black and white print
undated
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Appaloosa horse named Toby II. -Bred, raised and trained by Floyd Hickman at Almota, Washington
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Branding cattle. George B. Hatley standing in center. -Courtesy of George Hatley
6x4.75 inch black and white print
undated
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Toby I (left), sire of Toby II (right). George B. Hatley riding Toby II. -Photo taken at National Appaloosa Show in Lewiston, Idaho?
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1948
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George B. Hatley on Toby II. Appaloosa horse
6x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Start of cowgirls relay rave at Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon
Photographer: O.G. Allen, Pendleton. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Katie Canutt, winner of lady bronco contest. Pendleton Roudup. Pendleton, ORegon
7x5 inch black and white print
1918
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Kittie Wilkins, horse queen of Idaho. -Courtesy of Idaho Historical Society
8x10 inch black and white print
undated
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Walter Whitten bullriding at Pendleton Roundup, Pendleton Oregon. -Caption reads "Walter Whitten down with the bull."
Photographer: Major Lee Moorhouse. 7x5 inch black and white print
1918
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Stagecoach race at Toppenish Roundup. Toppenish, Washington
Photographer: Major Lee Moorhouse. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Jess Stahl on "Grave Digger". Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon
Photographer: Major Lee Moorhouse. 7x5 inch black and white print
1915
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Catch-Daddle-Bridle race. Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon
Photographer: Major Lee Moorhouse. 7x4.5 inch black and white print
undated
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Grand parade. Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon
Photographer: O.G. Allen. 7x5 inch black and white print
1911
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Roundup parade. Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon
Photographer: Major Lee Moorehouse. 7x5 inch black and white print
1911
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Riders stampeding across arena after finish of cowboys' and cowgirls' grand mounted march. Pendleton Roundup. Pendleton, Oregon. -Caption reads "Going Some"
Photographer: Major Lee Moorehouse. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Old wagon running gear, hub and wheel
Photographer: Dan Warren. 4.5x6 inch black and white print
undated
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Copy print of advertisement? for first internal combusion tractor built in 1892 by J.I. Case Co. -Courtesy of J.I. Case Co.
6x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Farm equipment. Avery truck with chain-driven skeleton rear steel wheels pulling 3-bottom horse plow. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Farm equipment. Case tractor pulling plow with independent trip beam. -Courtesy of J.W. Matin
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920s
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Cattle in an Avery chain-driven truck with skeleton rear wheels. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
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Farm equipment. Skeleton wheel Case tractor pulling a horse mower. -Courtesy of J.W. Martin
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1920
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Farm equipment. International Harvester Plow. -Courtesy of International Harvester Co.
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Farm equipment 200 horse power Steiger Super-Wildcat tractor. -Courtesy of David Anderson, Steiger Tractor Co.
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. 200 hose power Steiger Super-Wildcat tractor pulling 48 feet of grain drills. -Courtesy of David Anderson. Steiger Tractor Co
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. Caterpillar pulled combine. -Courtesy of Roy Lundequist
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. Two tractor-pulled combines. -Courtesy of Roy Lundequist
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. Nine self-propelled combines custom cutting on Omer Kent ranch. Eurekea, Washington.
Photographer: Bill Lilley, Walla Walla. 10x8 inch black and white print
1969
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Farm equipment. Tipped over Holt combine. -Shows caterpillar track (lower right), bull wheel (upper right) and flanged steering wheel (lower left). Courtesy of C.W. Ott
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Harvest scene. Self-propelled combine loading a truck with wheat on Don Hart ranch. Near Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Spokesman Review
7x5 inch black and white print
1971
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Harvest scene. Marcia Hart sitting in truck full of harvested wheat. Don Hart ranch. Near Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Spokesman Review
7x5 inch black and white print
1971
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Harvest scene. Marcia Hart reading beside her truck while waiting for it to be loaded with grain. Don Hart ranch. Near Colfax, Washington. -Courtesy of Spokesman Review
5x7 inch black and white print
1971
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Wheat stored outside elevator in bins. Wheat station near Pullman, Washington. -Wheat had to be stored outside during the 1971 longshormen's strike because there were no freight cars
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
August 1971
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Wheat stored outside elevator in bins. Busby Station near Pullman, Washington. -Wheat had to be stored outside during the 1971 longshoremen's strike because there were no freight cars
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
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Wheat stored outside elevator in bins. Busby Station near Pullman, Washington. -Wheat had to be stored outside during the 1971 longshoremen's strike because there were no freight cars
Photographer: Joe Dvorak. 7x5 inch black and white print
1971
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Farm equipment. Grain truck with capability of hauling 55,000 pounds of wheat. -Courtesy of Spokesman Review
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Farm equipment. Loading a truck from an elevator. -Courtesy of Spokesman Review
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Photo of artist's rendering of McCormick harvester of the future. -Courtesy of International Harvester Co.
10x8 inch black and white print
Circa 1951
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Photo of artist's rendering of tractor with turbine engine. -Courtesy of International Harvester Co
10x8 inch black and white print
undated
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Soil erosion on hill in Latah County, Idaho. -Courtesy of Richard J. Booby, Latah Soil Conservation District
Photographer: Ken Riersgard. 7x5 inch black and white print
1965
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Discarded wagon wheel hung on a growing tree limb
Photographer: Ross Watson. 7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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M.L. DeWitt displays equipment and tools used in a wheelwright course. -Courtesy of Theodore E. Hoffman. Tools identified on mount
7x5 inch black and white print
1975
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Cecil W. Hathaway and M.L. DeWitt installing new spokes on a wagon wheel. -Courtesy of Theodore E. Hoffman. Tools identified on mount
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Wayne DeWitt reconstructing a wagon wheel. -Coourtesy of Theodore E. Hoffman. Tools identified on mount
5x7 inch black and white print
undated
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Horse shoe display that was presented to University of Idaho Dept. of Agriculture. E.J. Iddings in the late 1920s. -Shows different types of shoes used for corrections of stride and gait problems
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1970
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Horse shoe display that was presented to University of Idaho Dean of Agriculture, E.J. Iddings, in the late 1920s. -Shows different types of shoes used for corrections of stride and gait problems
7x5 inch black and white print
Circa 1970
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Appaloosa Horse Club, Inc. building, Moscow, Idaho
9x6 inch black and white print
Circa 1970
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George B. Hatley demonstrates method of tying a pack on a horse. -Pack saddle designed by O.P. Robinette
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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United States Forest Service pack string of mules. Paradise Guard Station in the upper Selway of the BitterRoot National Forest. -Courtesy of James M. Peek
7x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Riders on a trail going up side draw into Cottonwood Creek in Southwest Montana. Appaloosa trail ride. -Courtesy of Georgia B. Hatley. Trailride retraces a 100-mile segment of the Chief Joseph Trail
10x8 inch black and white print
1975
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Monica McDowell leads riders to a crossing on Blue Water Creek during the Appaloosa Trail Ride. -Courtesy of George B. Hatley. Trailride retraces a 100-mile segment of the Chief Joseph Trail
10x8 inch black and white print
1975
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Ridex crossing Canyon Creek on the Appaloosa Trail Ride near the place where Canyon Creek Battle started. -Courtesy of George B. Hatley. Trailride retraces a 100-mile segment of the Chief Joseph Trail
10x7 inch black and white print
1975
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Daiquiri-Bar, Appaloosa mare, donated to the University of Idaho in 1976. -Mare two-time winner of National Appaloosa Halter Championship
6.5x5 inch black and white print
undated
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Appaloosa horse ridden by Carol Switzer in bareback equitation class 27th National Appaloosa Horse Show, Shelbyville, Tennessee. -Courtesy of George B. Hatley
10x8 inch black and white print
June 1975
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Thirty-three fiber glass mules hooked to a combine. Historical Museum at Fort Walla Walla Park. -Courtesy of Ruralite, Forest Grove Oregon
7x5 inch black and white print
undated

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Subject Terms

  • Horse-drawn vehicles
  • Horses
  • Motor vehicles
  • Rodeos

Geographical Names

  • Idaho
  • Idaho Panhandle (Idaho)
  • Idaho--History
  • Inland Empire (Pacific Northwest)