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File Identification:Outlaw-576 Date Scanned:2017-04-22 Source of Scanned Image:William H. Outlaw Jr.
Original Source of Image:E.W. Outlaw Digital Archiver:William H. Outlaw Jr. Image Restorer:
Original Image Size: Scan Resolution (dpi) (Reduced files=200 dpi):300 Exact Date of Original Image:November, 1958
Estimated Date of Original Image: Basis for Date Estimate: Unreduced File Size(px):1552 x 2745
Location:J.N. Outlaw residence Background:Joe Harrell Field Activity:pose
Unreduced File Size(MB):2.5 Reduced File Size (px):900 x 1313 Reduced File Size (KB):173
Information with Photo:id and date
Subjects:Joseph N. Outlaw
Comments:Uncle Joe is standing in his front yard facing a little east of north. Behind him is the Teeterville Road, and the residence in the background is just past the Ruth Forester Church.

The field behind him is large for the area (25-40 acres) and, according to Eston Outlaw, Joe Harrell plowed it all himself with a 2-horse team. What a job! (Back in the day, farms were often characterized as a one-horse farm, two-horse farm, etc., and the formula was about 20 acres of cultivated land per horse.)

Last edit 2017-04-30.
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