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In One Basket: 1941

In One Basket: 1941

September 1941. Waterloo, Nebraska. "Eggs of Two Rivers Non-Stock Cooperative. At the present time co-op eggs are marketed through large cafes, restaurants and eating houses, and various hospitals and institutions. The demand for the co-op's premium eggs is in excess of supply." Photo by Marion Post Wolcott for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

Cool Hand

"Why you got to go and say fifty eggs for? Why not thirty-five or thirty-nine?"

"I thought it was a nice round number."

Ova exposed

I find this photo very satisfying. I don't know why.

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