Message: Aerial view of two tractors in field plowing trench-like furrows in methods called "listing" to counteract wind &"contouring" furrows plowed at right angles to the slopes to hold any rain, in order to save top soil against the ravages of dust storms. MARGARET BOURKE-WHITE COLORADO, US 1930Hand selected from the archives of LIFE magazine, this historic image is digitally printed on premium quality 100 lb gloss cover, UV coated paper. Framed in either 3/8" gloss black aluminum or 1 1/2" black satin wood with our elegant v-groove double matting and faced with shatter resistant tempered glass, this 22" x 28" framed fine art is suitable for museum or gallery presentations. This image is available either with or without an engraved nickel finished oxidized plate that details the photographer, photographer notes, date and location of the image.
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