Items are photographic reproductions of illustrations and text relating to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: R-A15225 (1) : Logo of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (depicts the head of a wheat stalk and the origanization's initials and its' motto in Latin). R-A15225 (2) : Illustration showing a scene of abundance (fruits, vegetables, fish, fishing net, wheat stook, sheep, chickens, trees). R-A15225 (3) : Text on "economically and technically" disadvantaged areas of food cultivation and illustration of manual food production technology leading to an empty bowl over a map of world. R-A15225 (4) : Text on advantages of improved technology for food production and illustration of mechanized food cultivation leading to bowl filled with food over a map of the world.
Reminiscences of Alex Carr of Gainsborough, Saskatchewan who was interviewed by Grace Broad Carr in May, 1970. Alex Carr recalls that his father, a wheelwright, relocated to Gainsborough in 1902 and ran a blacksmith shop. He also explains the function and repair of plowshares and coal blowers.