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wells

Corn-shucking at the Fred Wilkins farm. Stem, NC

Corn-shucking at the Fred Wilkins farm.  Stem, NC
ID number: 
92.89.5
Date: 
1939
Credit line: 
Gift of Michael D. Wolcott
Subject - proper nouns: 

Toxic Tour of Texas series 21: Doris McFadden and Lora Poncik, Members, Defenders of the Environment, Pulling Cedar Post from Abandoned Well, Moore Ranch

Toxic Tour of Texas series 21: Doris McFadden and Lora Poncik, Members, Defenders of the Environment, Pulling Cedar Post from Abandoned Well, Moore Ranch
ID number: 
98.88.21
Maker: 
Date: 
1991
Credit line: 
Water in the West Archive/Purchased in part with funds from the Gay Block and Malka Drucker Philanthropic Fund of The Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community of Houston; and Joan Morgenstern
Subject - person: 

Cancer victim and mother in front of contaminated town well, Fowler, California

Cancer victim and mother in front of contaminated town well, Fowler, California
ID number: 
2000.50.26
Maker: 
Date: 
1988
Credit line: 
Water in the West Archive

Plaque explaining history of dry artesian wells, Pixley, California

Plaque explaining history of dry artesian wells, Pixley, California
ID number: 
2000.50.10
Maker: 
Date: 
1992
Credit line: 
Water in the West Archive

By the Old Well at San Juan

By the Old Well at San Juan
ID number: 
84.24.58
Maker: 
Date: 
n.d.
Credit line: 
Gift of Bill Buckmaster
Cultural associations: 
Keywords: 

Señora Henestrosa

ID Number: 
95.29.5
Maker: 
Alvarez Bravo, Lola (1907-1993)
Date: 
1930s
Credit line: 
Lola Alvarez Bravo Archive
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