Item 1986.29.6 - Baker's Threshing Outfit

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Baker's Threshing Outfit

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CA DHM 1986.29-1986.29.6

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Photograph: 5" x 7" (b/w)

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Davidson Brothers was a photography business located at 831 Rosser Avenue, Brandon Manitoba between 1892-1912. The business had a branch in Deloraine, Manitoba.

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Donated to the Daly House Museum by Mr. Tully McKenzie in 1986.

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Photograph of the James Baker and Sons Threshing outfit in the Brandon Hills area. The photograph includes a a group of fifteen men with a portable steam engine, straw carrier, a team of horses, and bags of grain.

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Historical Background: James Baker (1831-1901) of Mitchell, Perth County, Ontario homesteaded NE1/4 section 20-9-18 (Brandon Hills) with his wife Julia Ann Davis (1832-1904). The couple had eleven children.

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