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Mr. Larson and his Horse

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John Larson and his horse

John Larson and his horse

It’s hard to understand how important your horses were before the combustable engine took over the hard farming labor. They helped plow, bring in hay, pull wagons . . . you name it. This is a shot of Eatonville pioneer and Ohop Valley farmer John Larson and his horse, probably taken in the early 1900s. It might just be me, but looks a little proud.

Photo courtesy of Linda Lewis.

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