National Geographic : 1946 Sep
Staff Photographer B.Anthony Stewart Because Water in His Well Is Low, This Man Must Haul It by the Barrel from War Eagle Creek toHis Hill Farm In primitive back-country homes, water supply is a vital domestic problem. This man must work hours every day hauling water for his cows and poultry and for washing dishes and clothes. In the back end of his farm wagon's bed stands his water barrel, a tin tub inverted over it. Elms and cottonwoods shade the shallow stream.