[Land sale handbill, undated]

[Land sale handbill, undated]

Date: unknown
Creator: Crawford, J. J.
Description: Land sale handbill for real estate located in Hickman, Lewis and Perry Counties, Tennessee.
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[Letter from Charles B. Moore to Mary Ann Moore, October 28, 1897]

[Letter from Charles B. Moore to Mary Ann Moore, October 28, 1897]

Date: October 28, 1897
Creator: Moore, Charles B.
Description: This is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Charles B. Moore and is addressed to Mary Ann Moore. In this letter, Charles updates Mary on the goings-on in Collin County since her departure to Gallatin, Tennessee. The news includes: a confirmation on receiving Mary's correspondence, news on the weather, an update on the house construction, details about Mrs Priest and Linnet's visit to her and to Jordan, community news, a discussion about real estate, a dialogue about daily chores, news about the fair and plans for Linnet to go with friends, update on the night's weather, details about the health of friends, and news about family. He notes to Mary that she should not worry about home and stay visiting her family as long as she wants. He closes the letter by updating Mary on the time and temperature. The envelope is included with this letter.
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Forestry for farmers.

Forestry for farmers.

Date: 1898
Creator: United States. Department of Agriculture.
Description: A guide to planting and maintaining small timber tracts or wood lots on farmlands.
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Managing the small forest

Managing the small forest

Date: September 1957
Creator: United States. Forest Service.
Description: A guide to the basic principles of forest management, for use by small forest owners.
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Loblolly pine primer.

Loblolly pine primer.

Date: December 1926
Creator: Mattoon, Wilbur R. (Wilbur Reed), 1875-1941.
Description: A guide to growing loblolly pine as a timber crop.
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Longleaf pine primer.

Longleaf pine primer.

Date: 1932
Creator: Mattoon, Wilbur R. (Wilbur Reed), 1875-1941.
Description: A guide to growing longleaf pine trees as a timber crop.
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Farm buildings from home-grown timber in the South.

Farm buildings from home-grown timber in the South.

Date: September 1945
Creator: Williams, W. K.
Description: Discusses the use of timber from farm-owned woodlands for lumber manufacture. Suggests the use of home-grown timber to solve the problem of poor rural housing by using it and other native materials to improve farm buildings, and as a means to create cash income. Describes successful community programs in various southern states including Texas.
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Growing and planting coniferous trees on the farm.

Growing and planting coniferous trees on the farm.

Date: 1938
Creator: Tillotson, C. R. (Claude Raymond), 1883-
Description: Describes the proper methods for planting coniferous trees for use as windbreaks or for lumber.
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Get a load of this-- : the Army needs lumber for crates and boxes.

Get a load of this-- : the Army needs lumber for crates and boxes.

Date: 1943
Creator: Karl, J.
Description: Color poster of three soldiers loading crates with a lifting device consisting of ropes attached to a metal hook. Two soldiers are shirtless; all are wearing helmets. In the background, bombs explode in the water near a boat loaded with wooden crates.
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Wood joins the colors! : the Army & Navy need millions of board feet for barracks.

Wood joins the colors! : the Army & Navy need millions of board feet for barracks.

Date: 1943
Creator: Starr, Maxwell B.
Description: A soldier in uniform and helmet stands guard as wooden boards are lifted to a construction site where men are building barracks. Already-constructed barracks are seen in the background.
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Wood lands our fighters : the Army & Navy need more lumber for landing barges.

Wood lands our fighters : the Army & Navy need more lumber for landing barges.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. Army.
Description: Uniformed soldiers with rifles and machine guns storm a tropical beach. Boats and a battleship are seen in the background.
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You give him wings! : the Army needs lumber for training planes.

You give him wings! : the Army needs lumber for training planes.

Date: 1943
Creator: Ward, E. T.
Description: A pilot in a khaki flight suit climbs into an airplane. Two planes are flying overhead in the distance.
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"Keep that lumber coming!"

"Keep that lumber coming!"

Date: 1943
Creator: Winslow, Earle, 1884-1969.
Description: Soldiers carry a beam of wood down to a river where a bridge is being built. The soldier on the right side of the picture is looking back and shouting toward the viewer. In the background is tropical scenery, an explosion, and artillery.
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Selling black walnut timber.

Selling black walnut timber.

Date: April 1959
Creator: Brush, Warren David, 1881-
Description: A guide to grading and selling black walnut logs for lumber.
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Wood shelters our planes : the Army & Navy need 156,000,000 board feet a year for hangars.

Wood shelters our planes : the Army & Navy need 156,000,000 board feet a year for hangars.

Date: 1943
Creator: Rochon Hoover Studio
Description: Scene of men building a hangar. In the foreground are several stacks of lumber. Two Army airplanes fly overhead.
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A blow to the Axis, more lumber for the Army.

A blow to the Axis, more lumber for the Army.

Date: 1943
Creator: Von Schmidt, Harold, 1893-1982
Description: A shirtless man uses an axe to chop down a tree. He wears a hat and blue jeans, with a red bandana in his back pocket.
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Lumber goes to war : more lumber means victory sooner : keep it coming.

Lumber goes to war : more lumber means victory sooner : keep it coming.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Department. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Comic-book style drawings with captions illustrate how lumber is used in war: for floating dry docks for ship repair, Army gliders, train boxcars, and airplane propellers. Black drawings on blue paper.
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"Lumber production is falling behind our war needs. To save American soldiers' lives, we must provide the lumber our armed forces need--now!"

"Lumber production is falling behind our war needs. To save American soldiers' lives, we must provide the lumber our armed forces need--now!"

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Department. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Poster shows four different black and white photos depicting the process of building a PT (patrol torpedo) boat; from cutting down a tree, through construction, up to the finished product. The quote appears in the middle, with a red border around it.
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Give us lumber for more PT's.

Give us lumber for more PT's.

Date: 1943
Creator: AEL.
Description: Color image of war ships at sea. In the foreground is a boat with "PT 34" painted on it, shining a light and speeding forward. In the background, a ship is sinking as explosive flames rise from it. Other ships and flames can be seen in the distance on the left.
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Lumber does its stuff --a long way from home.

Lumber does its stuff --a long way from home.

Date: 1943
Creator: United States. War Department. Bureau of Public Relations.
Description: Poster consists of photographs and text in a purple-red tone. Six photographs depict the use of lumber by the U.S. armed forces in World War II: to build bridges, tents, and life rafts, and to ship supplies. Photos also illustrate how wooden shipping crates are re-used by field post offices and commissaries in the South Pacific.
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