Potato Farmer #3224

#3224 Potato Farmer by JVPD
Klamath Basin potato farmer. He remembers when the first carload of potatoes left this valley in 1910. In 1934 he lost thirty-five hundred dollars on forty-eight acres of potatoes. His present acreage is eleven acres in potatoes, the rest in hay and soil-building crops. Has eleven milking cows. "I'm gonna eat." Tulelake, Siskiyou County, California, October 1939. [0003-0701-0621-0308] by 0003

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