A girl with a large carrot
Title:
A girl with a large carrot
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-13

Description:
E. Curtis Valentine Post Card Series, "The Garden Patch" 2 Dear love, I would like to put an 18- on your finger.


We Would Make a Happy Pear!
Title:
We Would Make a Happy Pear!
Divided Back unused

Description:
E. Curtis The Garden Patch Series



Where Corn Is King
Title:
Where Corn Is King
Shenandoah Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
SHENANDOAH grows and ships more improved seed corn every year than any other town in the United States, and has added millions of bushels to the crops of the corn growers. "And he gave it for his opinion, that whoever could make two ears of corn or two blades of grass to grow where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind than the whole race of politicians put together."


Picture of Two Scarred Squash
Title:
Picture of Two Scarred Squash
Real Photo unused



Squash with Leaf Scarring & US Flags
Title:
Squash with Leaf Scarring & US Flags
Real Photo


Grand Champion Ear of Corn
Title:
Grand Champion Ear of Corn
Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-19

Description:
This ear won the Grand Champion Trophy at the contest of the Iowa Corn Growers' Association held at Ames, Iowa, in January, 1907. It sold at public auction for the phenomenal price of $150.00, or at the rate of $8,850.00 per bushel. Was exhibited at the National Corn Exposition held at Chicago, Ill., October 5th to 19th, 1907, as the Champion of the World. Raised one mile east of Grand Mount, Iowa, by D.L. Pascal, breeder of pure seed corn. Address RFD No. 1, De Witt, Iowa.



A Man on a Wagon with a Huge Pumpkin
Title:
A Man on a Wagon with a Huge Pumpkin
PM 1910 Jul-16

Description:
Series A-6668, 1002 One Montana Pumpkin, raised on "Dry Land." No fake about this. We can raise them.


The Green Pea Harvest
Title:
The Green Pea Harvest
Chrome unused

Description:
The great Inland Empire of the States of Washington and Oregon harvest the world's largest crop of peas.



Garden of Love - Gardening in a Baby Cabbage Patch
Title:
Garden of Love - Gardening in a Baby Cabbage Patch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Photo of a cabbage patch, filled with babies, a farmer, and couple.


Growing Celery in Florida
Title:
Growing Celery in Florida
White Border unused



Taro, Hawaiians make Poi from this Plant
Title:
Taro, Hawaiians make Poi from this Plant
Hawaaian Islands Hawaii (HI), Private Mailing Card unused


A Broom Corn Field, Lower Rio Grande Valley
Title:
A Broom Corn Field, Lower Rio Grande Valley
Real Photo unused



MT. Pleasant Squash
Title:
MT. Pleasant Squash
Real Photo unused


Grown By the Northfield Schools
Title:
Grown By the Northfield Schools
Northfield Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Autumn exhibit at The Northfield



Vegetable and Flowers Illustrated on Cards
Title:
Vegetable and Flowers Illustrated on Cards
unused

Description:
"Richardus"


Vegetables on Table with Urn
Title:
Vegetables on Table with Urn
unused



The Harvest of the Earth is Ripe
Title:
The Harvest of the Earth is Ripe
Real Photo unused


Legumes Secs / Dried Vegetables
Title:
Legumes Secs / Dried Vegetables
Continental Chrome unused



Piments / Peppers
Title:
Piments / Peppers
Continental Chrome unused


Cucurbitacees / Cucurbitales
Title:
Cucurbitacees / Cucurbitales
Continental Chrome unused



Herbs
Title:
Herbs
Continental Chrome unused


Tower of Vegetables
Title:
Tower of Vegetables
Real Photo unused



A Whale of a Boatload in Any Man's Boot Camp! Idaho Russet Potatoes
Title:
A Whale of a Boatload in Any Man's Boot Camp! Idaho Russet Potatoes
Divided Back PM 1944 Aug-29


Heave Ho From Idaho, Where the Big Potatoes Grow!
Title:
Heave Ho From Idaho, Where the Big Potatoes Grow!
Divided Back unused



Chili Peppers
Title:
Chili Peppers
Divided Back


Drying Chili Peppers
Title:
Drying Chili Peppers
Divided Back PM 1913 Aug-16



Large Field of Lettuce in Bloom in California
Title:
Large Field of Lettuce in Bloom in California
Divided Back unused


Timothy and Red Clover Field
Title:
Timothy and Red Clover Field
Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-22

Description:
in North Dakota



Florida for me all the Time
Title:
Florida for me all the Time
Florida (FL), Divided Back unused


Truck Farming an Acre of Cabages
Title:
Truck Farming an Acre of Cabages
Florida (FL), Divided Back unused



Truck Garden Surrounded by Tropical Foliage
Title:
Truck Garden Surrounded by Tropical Foliage
White Border PM 1924 Feb-8


Idaho Onions in Scenic Idaho
Title:
Idaho Onions in Scenic Idaho
Scenic Idaho (ID), Linen PM 1960 Mar-24

Description:
Idaho's fame in the agricultural field usually points to potatoes, but the growing of onions is another of its quantity products. Other state raised grain and produce include: wheat, hay, oats, barley, beans, peas, sugar beets, apples and prunes



A Carload Of Cabbages
Title:
A Carload Of Cabbages
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2188


Pumpkin Filed On The Western Ranch
Title:
Pumpkin Filed On The Western Ranch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1839



May We Always Beetroot To Each Other!
Title:
May We Always Beetroot To Each Other!
Divided Back

Description:
The Star Series


Beet it Kid
Title:
Beet it Kid
Divided Back PM 1909 May-26

Description:
Series 652



Celery Farm
Title:
Celery Farm
Florida (FL), Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-25

Description:
Series A-11724
Vintage photo of a celery farm in southern Florida


Spreading Chili For Drying
Title:
Spreading Chili For Drying
Scenic Indiana (IN), Chrome PM 1958 Mar-24

Description:
Series 25139
Chili is one of the staple items in southwestern cookery. Harvested in the fall of the year, the chilis are either eaten green or allowed to ripen fully, turn red and are then dried in the sun. Some are ground for chili powder Village with mountain backround



Winter Lettuce
Title:
Winter Lettuce
Continental Chrome PM 1986 Nov-03

Description:
Series 831514 Winter Lettuce for the nation is grown on rich farmland near Yuma. Arizona and in the imperial Valley. California. Freedom from frost is an essential for growing this crop. Workers select the firm, tight heads for market, ros after row.


Alaska Grown Cabbage
Title:
Alaska Grown Cabbage
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Miss O. Celery
Title:
Miss O. Celery
Linen unused

Description:
Miss O. celery, in white and green, Here appears like a stately queen. She has much nice, brown, silky hair, And her round face is very fair. Her eyes are bright as peeled onions can be. And her nose can really smell, don't you see? Miss O. celery's body is a large bunch of celery. She has a large white onion head. Her eyes are made of a small onion cut through the middle and pinned on. Black centers are put on with ink. She has a red paper moth, and a partly grown onion for a nose. Her hair is corn silk and her boa kale leaves.


Alaska Vegetables
Title:
Alaska Vegetables
Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



44 Lb. Alaska Cabbage
Title:
44 Lb. Alaska Cabbage
Chrome unused

Description:
44 Lb. Alaska Cabbage grown near Palmer in the Fertile Matanuska Valley.


Halloween Beets
Title:
Halloween Beets
Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-31

Description:
Halloween Series 7 Go to the garden where the beet patch grows full, On Halloween night and begin to pull, At the stroke of twelve if the beet is straggly sad lot for thee. But if smooth and round a happy life thine will be



Mushrooms Bundled in Red Scarf
Title:
Mushrooms Bundled in Red Scarf
unused


Legumes D'Ete/Summer Vegetables
Title:
Legumes D'Ete/Summer Vegetables
Continental Chrome unused



Man with Bunches of Garlic
Title:
Man with Bunches of Garlic
Divided Back


Greeley's Odd Potato Dug Fall of 1905
Title:
Greeley's Odd Potato Dug Fall of 1905
Greeley Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-23



Pumpkin Cherub
Title:
Pumpkin Cherub
Linen unused

Description:
Said a bright little pumpkin to me one day As I was passing by, "Won't you please make a cherub of me? I know you can if you try; I'm so afraid of being made Into a pumpkin pie." Said I,"A pumpkin cherub is something new,But I'll try and see what I can do." So I picked him up right then and there,And pinned on some tufts of grass for haif,Two near-by squashes I gave him for arms. Chubby hands of carrots to match. I made him lips from a pepper red,Wings of leaves from the cabbage patch. And lastly two wonderful eyes for his head. I found for him in my onion bed. Now that my cherub here you spy,Prefer you cherub or pumpkin pie?


When the Frost is on the Pumpkin
Title:
When the Frost is on the Pumpkin
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-29



A Carload Of Corn
Title:
A Carload Of Corn
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1899


A Carload Of Potato
Title:
A Carload Of Potato
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1901



I'm Sending You A Lemon
Title:
I'm Sending You A Lemon
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1893


A Farmer's Love Letter
Title:
A Farmer's Love Letter
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 837 A Farmers love letter do you carrot all for me, for my heart beetroot for you and my love is as soft as a guard but as strong as an garlic for you are a peach with your radish hair and Turnip nose you are the Apple of my eye, so if we pumpkin then Spinach marry anyhow, for I know we would make a happy Pears."



Two Never Failing Crops Western Nebraska
Title:
Two Never Failing Crops Western Nebraska
Nebraska (NE), Divided Back PM Aug-27

Description:
Potatoes & Children


Japanese Vegetable Dealer
Title:
Japanese Vegetable Dealer
Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-09

Description:
Series J. 36



Halloween Cabbage
Title:
Halloween Cabbage
Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-30

Description:
Ellen Clapsaddle “O, is my true love tall and grand? O, is my sweetheart bonny?”


Waterville Products
Title:
Waterville Products
Waterville Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-05



An Irrigated Field Of Sugar Beets
Title:
An Irrigated Field Of Sugar Beets
Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
An irrigated field of sugar beets with a sugar factory in the background. Bountiful crops are replacing sagebrush wastes in this million-acre Columbia Basin Irrigation Project in Washington


Vivid Embossed Mushrooms
Title:
Vivid Embossed Mushrooms
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-10



Cucumbers
Title:
Cucumbers
Divided Back unused




Total: 61 Items