National Geographic : 1944 Jul
() National Geographic Society - Kolacnrome by J. Baylor Itoberts Without Tears a Farmerette Trims New York Onions She works near Florida, capital of one of the Empire State's rich onion-pro ducing sections. Here deep muck of a drained swamp stretches for miles like a soft rug. See "Black Acres," November, 1941, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. Kodachrome by B.Anthony Stewart Wartime's Patriotic Chickens Are Superproducers In 1918 the average American hen laid 86eggs. In1943 shelaid 111,thanks to better breeding, care, and feeding. These incubator chicks arerepresentatives of Arkansas' large broiler industry.