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The Farmer's Daughter: 1939

The Farmer's Daughter: 1939

November 1939. "Osage Farms, Missouri. Member of Hillview cooperative who formerly lived in submarginal farm area." Medium format negative by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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What a beautiful pair!

About my mom's age

This young girl looks about the age my mom was in 1939. She too is a Missouri farmer's daughter. I'm reminded of a cute sticker I saw at a local farm stand in New Hampshire which reads, "no farms, no farm girls"

Same ears, too

But that can be hidden in the hairstyle of the day in a few more years.

I hope that is licorice in her mouth. And not some other dark colored chewable.

What a little sweetheart.

She has her Daddy's eyes. I'll bet that in a few more years she'll have her Daddy's teeth, too.

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