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Alderman Farms Films, 1943-2001

Flats of blackberries from Alderman Farms, 1950s.

Information and Credits

FV P 214

The Alderman Farms Films document the farming operations of the Alderman Farms, located near Dayton, Oregon, during the 1940s and 1950s.

Historical Note 

Scope and Content Note

Quantity

1 cubic foot, including 13 films and 11 videotapes; 1 box

Arrangement

The collection consists of three series: I. Films, 1943-1950; II. Videotapes, 1996-2001; and III. Paper Records, 1952-1996.

Related Papers

Other films and videotapes pertaining to agriculture are located in the Agricultural Experiment Station Motion Picture Films (FV P 029); Agricultural Engineering Department Motion Picture Films (FV P 106); Experiment Station Communications Films (FV P 132); and Extension and Experiment Station Communications Moving Images (FV P 120).

The memoirs of Lewis R. Alderman, a long-time 4-H program extension agent and brother of Ennis Alderman, are located in the Extension Service Records (RG 111), Subgroup 4.

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