Mr. Lem Due (left) of Tennessee Game and Fish Commission, making deliveries of wildlife planting material to H.J. Young, Conservation Aid, for distribution to cooperating landowners of the Cannon SCD. Delivery included seventy-five hundred multiflora, one thousand bicolor plants, fifty pounds of bicolor seed, and fifty-four pounds or sericea seed. Also shown is James Fowler, driver of the truck.
One in a series of photographs of agricultural activities in Cannon County, TN that were taken by W.L. Clement, District Conservationist for the U.S. Soil Conservation Service, and his assistants between the mid-1940s and mid-1970s.
People in Photograph
Lem Due, H.J. Young, and James Fowler.
Photographs of W.L. Clement, U.S. Soil Conservation Service
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