Hop-Pickers in a Field, Oregon, 1923-1924Add to Set
By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center
From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Ford R. Bryan.
Paper (Fiber product)
Gelatin silver process
Height: 5 in
Width: 7 in
back, typewritten: Nearly 40,000 persons make their living during the greater part of the year in the Oregon hop industry, earning from three to thirteen dollars a day. Here is a group of hop-pickers, with the standing vines in the background, the cut vines in front, and their baskets of hops at hand. From H. H. Dunn, 2722 Prince street, Berkeley, Calif.