National Geographic : 1944 Jul
The National Geographic Magazine ) National Geographic Society Kodachrome by George H. Hill To Fill the Nation's Potato Bin, Maine Men and Machines Dug a Record Crop in 1943 To gather its 355 bushels to the acre, the State enlisted the help of soldiers, Boy Scouts, city women, Canadians, and Jamaicans. A war-burdened railroad carried its largest harvest-time load. Notwithstanding, potatoes were still left over. These the farmers warehoused, saving the crop with smaller losses than normal.