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They Sold The Calf. That Fall

The bank took over. What had been
the farm. The particular

that is described in entry 8. By that year
he was a member. Planning hearings,

writing: museums are translations of field
activities. Letters in response to letters

from architects in alphabetical sequence from
“abaca” to “zinnia.” Paid to the family. To raise

native grasses, forests, and appropriate means
for measure. Boundaries should be

inspected. General views included. And the originals,
taken by farmers, working closely with duststorms, shelter,

emergencies arranged in the National Portrait Gallery
by year. By which progress could be the work of the weather

that is labeled “Domestic,” indexed by name of the live-
stock responsible for making sugar from cornstalks.

Wild flowers are not documented. In the diseases of the general
the construction is not to be confused with the center, copies of loans

sent after this March are missing. Droughts vary in content. Crops
matter. Each disturbance is responsible. A farmer bearing

his name. On the farm radio program
was the farm. Responsible for planting fall

crops distributed as places. Estimating a fever
to show the extent of the overprinted threats. To form

the plan for breeding grounds. In the home
the home was slaughtered, was divided in two parts:

an experimental laboratory and a speech
made daily. The chronological copies of breakdowns. It describes

many bodies
carried on. This is almost an act. A photograph of prisoners

of war picking peaches.

Posted 11/29/09
"They Sold The Calf. That Fall" uses only text from "Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture: Record Group 16," published in 1979 by the General Services Administration of the National Archives and Records Service.
Books by Michelle Taransky
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