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1 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, page 68: Bill [Wilson] drove the loaded truck onto a platform, where it was weighted.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0477
2 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, page 71: The beets were carried on the conveyor belt, up to a little house that stood high above the yard.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0480
3 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, page 75: The girl checks the weight of the empty truck.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0481
4 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, page 78: The beets are tumbled about until they are throughly clean.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0482
5 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 9 Illustration, page 80: The shredded beets are pushed down into the diffusion tank.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0484
6 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 57: The giant washing machine, where the beets are thoroughly cleaned.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0488
7 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 57: The beets are washed in warm water.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0489
8 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 58: The shredded beets are soaked in great tanks.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0490
9 "Peter's Sugar Farm" Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 63: Dried beet pulp and molasses are mixed and fed to lambs to fatten them for market.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0491
10 "Peter's Sugar Farm" Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 63: (shows Hereford cattle feeding on a beet-pulp-molasses mixture)P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0492
11 "Peter's Sugar Farm" Chapter 6 Illustration, before page 38: The first successful sugar factory in America was built in Alvarado, California.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0493
12 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Navajo workers) Chapter 6 Illustration, page 52: The Navahos are good workers, and help western farmers during the beet harvest.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0467
13 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Navajo workers) Chapter 7 Illustration, before page 55: The sugar company had set up army tents for the Navaho workers.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0468
14 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 63: Trucks carried the sacked sugar to grocery stores and markets.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0470
15 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Navajo workers) Chapter 7 Illustration, before page 43: A long row of army tents made a neat village by the river.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0469
16 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, page 67: In the factory yard were mountains of beets. Railroad cars filled with beets stood waiting to be unloaded.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0472
17 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 52: Some farmers load their beets into gondola cars to be shipped to the factory.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0473
18 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 59: The workman opened a valve, and juice ran out into a pail.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0475_2
19 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 63: In a big, clean, barn-like room sacks of sugar were stacked to the ceilingP0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0476
20 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter Illustration, page 88: The girl pushed a lever and just the right amount of sugar fell into the sack to fill it up.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0485
21 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 55: The beets were run over a screen, where the loose dirt was shaken off.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0486
22 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Navajo workers) Chapter 7 Illustration, before page 43: The Navaho women wore long, full skirts and tight, velvet blouses. They had a great deal of silver jewelry. The men and boys dressed like any other farm workers.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0465
23 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Navajo workers) Chapter 7 Illustration, page 54: Whole families of Navahos are brought by truck to work in the beet fields.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0466
24 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 52: A long line of gondola cars moves sugar beets across Utah from farm to factory.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0471
25 "Peter's Sugar Farm" (Processing and production) Chapter 8 Illustration, before page 52: Bill [Wilson] drove the truck to the sugar factory.P0244 Olive Woolley Burt Photograph CollectionP0244add1n1_13_0474
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