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OLD PHOTO - Thrashing wheat at Trehill Farm

OLD PHOTO - Thrashing wheat at Trehill Farm

OLD PHOTO - Threshing Wheat

Thrashing wheat at Trehill Farm in Saline, Kan., around 1920-1930 at the home of E.B. Toll. The property is still in the family, serving as a feedlot.

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