National Geographic : 1941 Jul
The National Geographic Magazine Staff Photographer HIarrison Iowell Walker On Rafters and Poles in a Ventilated Barn, Lancaster County Tobacco Is Hung to Dry Moisture in the air after late winter and early spring rains makes the leaf soft and pliable. Then it goes to market. Most barns and sheds have hinged sidings to allow free passage of air. The county's annual tobacco crop runs to about 40,000,000 pounds (page 56).