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Folders 26: Photographs

7 photocopy of unidentified photographs (undated), 1 unidentified photograph (undated), 1 photograph of Emil Kluck (1949), 1 photograph of Ray Kluck (undated), 1 photograph of Willis Borns (undated), 2 photographs of Emil H. Kluck’s self-propelled combine, the first in Codington County, South Dakota (circa 1940s).

Folder 27: Letnes, Lawrence John

Fern Letnes gave the photograph and news clippings to Judy Horsch, daughter of Joseph M. Tucker.

This includes a mini-biography of Lawrence John Letnes who was in charge of the Harvest Brigade during the summer of 1944. The story states that Letnes "was the aerial liaison man who kept a fleet of 20 self-propelled combines rolling across the state of Kansas northward to the Canadian border to harvest grain that may have remained uncut because of the critical shortage of manpower and machines during WWII."

The photograph is of John Letnes standing in front of his airplane. The side of the airplane reads, "Self-Propelled Combines, L. J. Letness, Representative, Grand Forks, N. D."

Folder 4: 1944-1945 Harvest Brigade…keyed to the wartime harvest emergency, (Andale, KS: Judy Horsch)

This booklet has information on the Harvest Brigade that includes the plan, advertising, pledge of the Harvest Brigade, how the 1945 Harvest Brigade differed from 1944, the Brigade operators, service and parts supply depots, and how the Harvest Brigade had the full cooperation of the government.

Subseries 2: Photographs

This series is made up a photograph of the Proclamation by King George VI appointing Joseph M. Tucker “to an Honorary Officer of the Civil Division of Our said and Most Excellent Order of the British Empire" and a photograph of a joke that was printed in the Farm Implement News in 1944.

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