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tobacco tenant farmer families, Wake County, North Carolina, 1939, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo)

tobacco tenant farmer families, Wake County, North Carolina, 1939, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo)

Wives of tobacco tenants pile the tobacco before the barn preparatory to firing. Granville County, North Carolina; Lange, Dorothea, photographer, July 1939  Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington

Wives of tobacco tenants pile the tobacco before the barn preparatory to firing. Granville County, North Carolina; Lange, Dorothea, photographer, July 1939 Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington

Marlboro Boy: July 1939. "Ten-year-old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a 'hand's work' at harvest time." Seen here feeding logs into the fire next to flue of the curing barn. Granville County, North Carolina. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

Marlboro Boy: July 1939. "Ten-year-old son of tobacco sharecropper can do a 'hand's work' at harvest time." Seen here feeding logs into the fire next to flue of the curing barn. Granville County, North Carolina. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

July 1939. Person County, North Carolina. A tobacco curing barn ready for "putting in," with fuel stacked on either side. The sticks are fed in through the small openings at the base. Piece of sheet iron on the left is used to cover the opening of the furnace when starting the fire. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

July 1939. Person County, North Carolina. A tobacco curing barn ready for "putting in," with fuel stacked on either side. The sticks are fed in through the small openings at the base. Piece of sheet iron on the left is used to cover the opening of the furnace when starting the fire. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

Wife of tenant farmer, Mrs. Oakley, works stringing tobacco during the harvest season. Granville County, North Carolina

Wife of tenant farmer, Mrs. Oakley, works stringing tobacco during the harvest season. Granville County, North Carolina

Tobacco barn, putting in and looping Near Wilson, NC, July 1938, photo by Baker. Young boy in dark hat is Leland Perry ""Pete"" Barnes, Farmer and woman in straw hats are Henry Hayes and wife Pearl, young girl to the right of Barnes is Sylvia hayes, other girl in left foreground is Elizabeth Hayes Williamson. Mule was named Nellie.

Tobacco barn, putting in and looping Near Wilson, NC, July 1938, photo by Baker. Young boy in dark hat is Leland Perry ""Pete"" Barnes, Farmer and woman in straw hats are Henry Hayes and wife Pearl, young girl to the right of Barnes is Sylvia hayes, other girl in left foreground is Elizabeth Hayes Williamson. Mule was named Nellie.

Tobacco Barns-Curing Tobacco-Tractors-Farms  Tobacco curing in an old barn in Madison County, North Carolina. The barn is located along the Appalachian Medley Scenic Byway. The tractor is a 1961 Ford model.

Tobacco Barns-Curing Tobacco-Tractors-Farms Tobacco curing in an old barn in Madison County, North Carolina. The barn is located along the Appalachian Medley Scenic Byway. The tractor is a 1961 Ford model.

Nash County, North Carolina. Tobacco crop

Nash County, North Carolina. Tobacco crop

Now days your lucky to find a tobacco barn in this good of shape

Now days your lucky to find a tobacco barn in this good of shape

A tobacco barn smelled great.  Not a cigarette or smoky smell. A genuine North Carolina fragrance! http://www.nc-climate.ncsu.edu/secc_edu/images/DSC_7375_mod.JPG

A tobacco barn smelled great. Not a cigarette or smoky smell. A genuine North Carolina fragrance! http://www.nc-climate.ncsu.edu/secc_edu/images/DSC_7375_mod.JPG

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