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Two unidentified men ploughing near Zelma

  • R-A14687
  • Stuk
  • ca. 1910

Item is an image showing two unidentified men ploughing a field near Zelma; one man is seated in a horse-drawn buggy, the other standing on big four engine tractor.

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Ole and Julius Gulickson

  • S-B12316
  • Stuk
  • ca. 1912-1913

Ole and Julius Gulickson, with a horse-drawn plow, east of Arabella, 1912 or 1913.

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Charlie Rayner's farming operations

(1): Charlie Rayner breaking land with four oxen at a neighbour's. Rayner's homestead was located on 23-19-8-W3, near Glen Kerr/Log Valley, Saskatchewan. Charlie Rayner was born in Prince Edward Island in 1889 and came to Saskatchewan around 1905.

(2): An unidentified man, possibly a hired hand, sitting on a horse-drawn water wagon owned by Charlie Rayner during harvesting operations in the Glen Kerr district. The horses, named "Mike" and "Craig", were used, in their early years, to chase coyotes.


A group in front of Preston C. West's tractor with "caterpillar" tracks, and seven gang breaking plow, used to break virgin sod in the area around Kindersley, Saskatchewan.

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