Farm woman gathering eggs

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company
CB&Q Miscellaneous #362, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company Collection, Newberry Library.

Although tending poultry was considered “women's work” on midwestern farms, it was a profitable enterprise that brought in much needed cash for farm families.

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Source:
CB&Q Miscellaneous #362
Date:
ca. 1949
Subjects:
Agriculture Farming Gender and society
Places:
Illinois
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