L.T. (Louie Theodore) Jessup was Associate Drainage Engineer for the Division of Agricultural Engineering, Bureau of Public Roads, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
These photographs were removed from the report, "Relation of Crop Production to Ground Water Condition, Kootenai Valley, Idaho," written in March 1931 by L.T. (Louie Theodore) Jessup, Associate Drainage Engineer for the Division of Agricultural Engineering, Bureau of Public Roads, U.S. Department of Agriculture. The report is located in Special Collections under the call number 979.6525 J499. Photographs were kept in the order that they appeared in the report, and the precise caption for each item was transcribed on the verso as written in the report.
The photographs show wheat, oat, and pea fields during growth and harvesting, and conditions resulting from poor ground water conditions in Kootenai Valley near Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Twenty-four silver gelatin developing-out paper prints, 14.7 x 9 cm. to 17.7 x 13 cm.
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