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Group of men picking cotton in a field east of Austin, undated. They stand in front of and on a wagon with large wheel and carry large sacks full of cotton. They wear overalls and wide-brimmed straw hats.


View of a cotton gin, undated. There are bales of cotton on a loading dock and five men are standing outside.


Group portrait of five men with a large bale of cotton in front of Texas Bank and Trust Co. on August 3, 1931. The man at right is possibly Fred E. Perry, cotton broker, and the man at center is possibly E. Ramirez, who sold the first bale of cotton of 1931 for $50.


Thomas Kincheon checking his cotton crop.


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