Vegetables grown by George Haley, between 1913 and 1921, by Department of Commerce, Bureau of Fisheries, Division of Alaska Fisheries, via The U.S. National Archives Commons on flickr.
“Pumpkins in the Rogue River Valley, Oregon,” date and photographer unknown, via Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives on flickr. The image is from a collection of lantern slides of the “Visual Instruction Department.”
Vintage landscape: harvest
A few beautiful Kodachrome images of the season. . .
“Exhibit of crops and vegetables at the Pie Town, New Mexico, Fair,” 1940, by Russell Lee.
The story of Pie Town and of the photos Lee took there is here, in Smithsonian Magazine.
Mrs. Jim Norris canning vegetables, Pie Town, New Mexico, 1940, by Russell Lee. (You can click on the image to enlarge it.)
“Display of home-canned food,” between 1941 and 1945, photographer not noted.
All three images were taken for the U.S. Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information on the then new Kodachrome color transparency film. All via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Oh! for a thousand pumpkin seeds,
To plant for my son John;
He says that pumpkin pies are good
When the winter time comes on.
— Robert Charles O’Hara Benjamin, from “The Farmer’s Soliloquy“