Chapman, Barnard & Johnson at Ranch, approximately 1940s
Scope and Contents
A photograph of James A. Chapman, R. B. Kelley the “railway agent”, Horace G. Barnard, Ben Johnson Sr., at the Chapman-Barnard Ranch, during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country.
- Other: approximately 1940s
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1 photographic_negative : 1 Black and White 4x5 Negative ; 15.5 x 10 cm
Language of Materials
No linguistic content; Not applicable
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