WINTER 1903


Winter 1903 Print print
Winter 1903 Print

 

“The unusually dry weather of the previous month was rather unfavorable for winter wheat, but probably no material damage resulted, as there was no unseasonably cold weather and no severe wind. Snows were frequent, but light. The month was very favorable for farm work, and corn husking was completed. All work on the farm was in unusually satisfactory condition for the winter.”

This piece was inspired by a rural scene in Central Nebraska some years ago. Imagine it hanging on your living room wall, above the fireplace or as a center piece in your family room!

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