Genesee Lumber Company Model Farm

Genesee Lumber Company Model Farm


Photo Collection


GENESEE LUMBER COMPANY MODEL FARM

Negatives 1-125 are 35mm negatives.

Neg. 1-Residence Prof. McClendon, Loranger, LA (2 negatives)

Neg. 2-Peanuts, Model Farm, Loranger, LA

Neg. 3-Carrots, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, about 1914 or 1915. Carrots, lettuce, green onions, and strawberries were shipped to northern markets, but due to lack of refrigerated cars and good marketing this proved to be a failure at that time.

Neg. 4-Picking strawberries, Model Farm, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 5-Residence, Charles Castor, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 6-Corn, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, 1913 or 1914.

Neg. 7-Tomatoes, Model Farm, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 8-Cowpeas, Model Farm three months after clearing, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 9-Residence, Miss Elliott, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 10-Residence, S. B. Lindgren, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 11-Residence, L. M. Cook, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 12-Sugar Cane, Product Loranger Upland Farms, Loranger, LA; Prof. S. E. McClendon near a patch of sugar cane on Loranger Model Farm, 1913 or 1914.

Neg. 13-Upland rice, Model Farm, Loranger, LA.

Neg. 14-Depot, Loranger, LA; Deport of railroad that the Genessee Loranger, Louisiana n. d. Northeastern R. R. Mr. L. M. Cook had the P. O. in this building for a number of years.

Neg. 15-Front of Album from which negatives 1-14 were copied.

Neg. 16-A. M. Hyatt’s (Hiatt) home. W. L. Bowling, Photographer

Neg. 17-Feed time, Model Farm, Loranger. W. L. Bowling, Photographer

Neg. 18-A coming young sire, Shorthorn, at Loranger, April 15, 1916. Joseph Schnetzer, himself, General Photographer, New Orleans, LA.

Neg. 19-Cows in foreground, house in background. Joseph Schnetzer, General Photography.

Neg. 20-Percheron mare, imported stock, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 21-Trewilliger’s residence, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 22-Rev. Thompson’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 23-Six year old stallion (Percheron) imported stock, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 24-O. R. Brown home in Loranger. Joseph Schnetzer himself, Photographer.

Neg. 25-Jacob Shickley home (Edith Hiatt’s grandfather). W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 26-Old Walker Home. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 27-Prof. McClendon’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. Later C. W. Beck house east of Loranger. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 28-Allman’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 29-Old Fred Puls home. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 30-Jean Elliott’s bungalow, Loranger, LA. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 31-Residence of J. Black, Loranger, April 15, 1916. Mrs. Mary Russell lived here. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 32-Brown’s bungalow, Loranger, LA W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 33-Three year old Percheron mares, imported stock, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 34-Man standing in corn field. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 35-Stacks of corn on a table. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

GENESEE LUMBER COMPANY MODEL FARM-Continued

Neg. 36-Nine ears of corn on a table. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 37-Three ears of corn ten inches long. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 38-Field and two houses showing a field in front, July. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 39-Man with beard standing in corn field. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 40-Five ears of corn. One cut length ways and four cut cross ways. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 41-Tables full of produce, Land Show in Chicago, IL. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 42-Bound stalks of plants leaning against a house. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 43-Newly plowed field, May. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 44-Field of corn, June. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 45-Planted field, part in corn, July. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 46-Planted field, part in corn. Part of field has wooden strawberry pints over some plants. W. L. Bowling Photographer.

Neg. 47-Ten ears of corn stacked in a pyramid. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 48-Large group of men and women standing out in a lettuce field. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 49-Orange Grove Model Farm, Loranger, LA, April 5, 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer. Pix #3-5 x 7 B&W Print

Neg. 50-Large group of men and women standing and sitting in front of a building. Excursion group in New Orleans, LA. W. L. Bowling, photographer.

Neg. 51-Two pictures: Top picture is of two buildings in a field. Bottom picture is just of a planted field. W. L. Bowling, photographer.

Neg. 52-Mr. C. A. Tiebout’s house near Roseland. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 53-Black man standing in a field of corn. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 54-A field of tomato plants. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 55-A picture of one tomato plant, closeup. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 56-Two year old colt, raised at Model Farm, Loranger, LA. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 57-Scene of a field planted in lettuce?, April. W. L. Bowling, Photographer

Neg. 58-Scene of a lettuce? field with three buildings in the background, April. W. L. Bowling, Photographer. (2 negatives)

Neg. 59-Frame house with a man and a woman standing on the porch. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 60-Home of Elias Frey. Two men and two young boys standing in the front of the house. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 61-Home of L. E. Miller. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 62-Jack, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 63-Carpenter’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 64-Melke’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 65-A large open pasture with a few trees in the background and a man standing in the middle. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 66-Three small houses on the model farm grounds at corner of Clover Road and Independence Road. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 67-Three cows. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 68-Everett Spraker on model farm. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 69-Showing the relative height of oats. Oats are about 4 ½ feet tall. Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

GENESEE LUMBER COMPANY MODEL FARM-Continued

Neg. 70-General view of oat field in shock, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 71-General view of oat field, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 72-Excursion party inspecting Mr. Wagner’s corn patch, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 73-Mare and colt owned by U. R. Loranger, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 74-Mare owned by U. R. Loranger, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 75-Doris Scheckley’s (Shickley) residence, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 76-Belang’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 77-Three men and two women standing in cut-over pine land, Loranger, LA. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 78-Poland China pigs, owned by Mr. Pickel, Loranger, LA, 1916. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 79-Young Berkshire pigs on Model Farm, Loranger, 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 80-Hampshire sows and pigs, owned by T. Z. Wood, Loranger, LA, 1916. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 81-Two pictures on a page. Two sows in each picture. Hampshire sows, owned by T. Z. Wood, Loranger, LA, Feb. 1916. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 82-Two picture on a page. Sheep in each picture. Sheep owned by Beck and Keesling, Loranger, LA., Feb. 1917. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 83-Annex? to Model Farm. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 84-Wright and Anderson Feed Store (located near new American Legion Hall). Store burned. Packing shed where we used to pack vegetables, strawberries. We’d send them to Chicago and they would send us a bill back saying "You owe us (so much?) for freight." W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 85-A young thoroughbred Holstein at Loranger, April 15, 1916. Joseph Schnetzer,

Photographer

Neg. 86-Milkers at Milking House, Loranger, LA, April 15, 1916. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 87-Piles of grain in a field. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 88-Men loading grain on to a wagon. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 89-Oats in shock, Model Farm, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 90-Large Feed Barn for cattle on Model Farm, 1915 or 1916. Joseph Schnetzer,

Photographer.

Neg. 91-Milk shed, Model Farm. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 92-Dairy barn, Model Farm. Joseph Schnetzer, Photographer.

Neg. 93-Matilda Shickley, Alta Hiatt, Weldon Shickley, Coca Shickley sitting on porch at Dilley home. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 94-Shickley home. Later Greenfields lived here. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 95-Lindgren’s residence, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 96-Frame house. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 97-Castor’s bungalow, Loranger, LA, May 1915. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 98-Residence, F. M. Carpenter, Loranger, LA, Apr. 15, 1916. Joseph Schnetzer, photographer

GENESEE LUMBER COMPANY MODEL FARM-Continued

Neg. 99-Gus Krone’s farm. Sweet potatoes, 6 months. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 100-Girl holding a bowl of strawberries. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 101-Man holding a bowl and a hand carrier of strawberries. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 102-Scene of a large hog with men and women standing in background. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 103-Scene of a man feeding sows in front of a barn. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 104-Three cows. Model Farm stock. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 105-Stock grazing in January near Tangipahoa River. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 106-Nursery, young satsuma trees.

Neg. 107-Three buildings behind a field. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 108-Lady standing beside a satsuma bush, 18 months. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 109-Two pictures on one page. Left one is of a satsuma tree. Right is of a young lady standing beside a satsuma tree. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 110-Picture of a large tree. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 111-Picture of a house in the middle of some small trees. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 112-Picture of some kind of fruit on a limb. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 113-E. Spraker standing in a field. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 114-Picture of a large tree. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 115-Pecan tree over forty years old on ___________ place, Loranger, LA. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 116-Picture of a large tree. Two men standing under it. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 117-Scene of boxes of nuts with three men standing behind the boxes. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 118-Picture of a tree with some kind of fruit on it. W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 119-Picture of a man standing in the middle of some small trees. W. L. Bowling,

Photographer.

Neg. 120-Picture of a display of produce with a sign reading "Let the pecan tree take the place of the PINE." W. L. Bowling, Photographer.

Neg. 121-Scene of the mill at Genesee, 1908.

Neg. 122-Scene of boarding house at Genesee, 1908. Donated by Uncle John Wascom.

Neg. 123-Picture of a 4th of July at Natalbany, 1908.

Neg. 124-Picture of the Mason Hotel at the 4th of July at Natalbany, 1908 or 1909.

Neg. 125-Picture of the 4th of July parade at Natalbany, LA, 1908. Donated by Uncle John Wascom. Sign in the middle of the street "HOLD YOUR GIRL TIGHT, THE MACCABEES ARE COMING."

Negatives 125A-171 are 1½" x 2¼". The following were copied from A New Stock Country-The Colony Beautiful in 1988.

Neg. 125A- Howard’s Dairy, native stock.

Neg. 126-Tobacco, Two crops each year. Seven people picking tobacco.

Neg. 127-A woman standing in a peanut field. Peanuts, a great food for hogs.

Neg. 128-A dairy farm, near Amite, Louisiana.

Neg. 129-A man standing beside a bull. A prize winner, National Stock Show, New Orleans, November 1916.

Neg. 130-A bull. A prize winner, National Stock Show, New Orleans, November 1916.

Neg. 131-A man and a horse. Imported registered Percheron, Norman Sire.

GENESEE LUMBER COMPANY MODEL FARM-Continued

Neg. 132-First Christian Church, built in 1915.

Neg. 133-First Methodist Church, built in 1916.

Neg. 134-Sawmill of Genesee Lumber Company at junction of Illinois Central Railroad and

Loranger, LA and N. E. Railroad at Genesee, LA.

Neg. 135-School house, built and donated by the Genesee Lumber Company.

Neg. 136-General Store.

Neg. 137-Man standing in a corn field, 1915.

Neg. 138-Man standing in a field of Alfalfa in May.

Neg. 139-Piles of Lespedeza hay, about as good as alfalfa; yield 1 ½ tons per acre.

Neg. 140-Man standing in Broom corn in July.

Neg. 141-A bull, A prize winner, National Stock Show, New Orleans, November 1916.

Neg. 142-A man standing in Crimson clover in May.

Neg. 143-Louisiana cotton field.

Neg. 144-The grain and grasses of Louisiana-Millet, rice, wheat, oats, barley, broom corn, lespedeza, alfalfa, flax, rye, and spelt.

Neg. 145-A field of Irish potatoes, two crops per year. Corn in background.

Neg. 146-A pile of Irish potatoes, two crops per year.

Neg. 147-Sugarcane will yield from $100 to $300 worth of syrup per acre each year. Syrup sells from 50 to 60 cents per gallon.

Neg. 148-Registered shorthorn young sire.

Neg. 149-Court House, Amite, Louisiana, the county seat of Tangipahoa Parish.

Neg. 150-Freight depot.

Neg. 151-Shipping milk to New Orleans on the Illinois Central connecting with our Colony railroad.

Neg. 152-Strawberries grown at Loranger. The medal is the size of a 50 cent piece.

Neg. 153-Two men standing in an oat field of one of the colonists.

Neg. 154-Passenger depot. Pix #1-5 x 7 B&W Print

Neg. 155-Herefords in review, New Orleans Stock Show.

Neg. 156-Herefords in review, New Orleans Stock Show.

Neg. 157-Herefords in review, New Orleans Stock Show.

Neg. 158-Large group of people inspecting a field. Head lettuce in February, followed by corn and cow peas in May, and oats sown in October. Pix #2-5 x 7 B&W Print (4 copies)

Neg. 159-A farm home in the Colony.

Neg. 160-Artesian well and a large group of prospective northern buyers.

Neg. 161-Two men standing in a corn field on the Krone Farm.

Neg. 162-Two men standing in an oat field

Neg. 163-Oat field on another farm, 60 bushels per acre.

Neg. 164-Mule drawn oat harvester in field. May. Yield, 60 bushels per acre. This same field yielded two cuttings of Lespedeza hay by fall.

Neg. 165-A field of corn with soy beans in foreground.

Neg. 166-Men sanding in a corn field, three months and four weeks after planting.

Neg. 167-Part of a corn field on Dawson Farm.

Neg. 168-Another corn field, Mill’s Farm.

Neg. 169-Corn in shock, showing cowpeas.

Neg. 170-One of the 80 miles of roads in the Colony.

Neg. 171-Some of our young people on a picnic.



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