Subject Source: Archiveswest
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract After World War II homestead lotteries were held to award returning military members with newly reclaimed land in the Klamath Basin. Collection contains a binder with the copy of a report pertaining to this event.
Abstract James Robert Ottoman, born 1920s, is a retired farmer who has worked in Klamath County, Oregon, as well as both Modoc and Tulelake counties in California for 65 years. Miscellaneous materials from the Medford, Oregon, office of the BLM. Documentation, correspondence, brochures, donated by James Ottoman.
Abstract Malin is a town in Southern Oregon, established in 1909 by immigrants from Bohemia, Czechoslovakia. It is famous for its farming, and especially, production of potatoes. Collection consists of a black and white photograph of an unidentified man packaging U.S. No 1 potatoes in a plant in Malin, Oregon.
Abstract Wooden Beaver slides, pulled by horses, were used on farms and ranches to create tall stacks of loose hay as feed for livestock. Collection consists of a color photograph of a painting, showing how loose hay was put up by pulling a wooden slide into the hay stack by a team of horses.