Hop Field, circa 1902


Hop Field, circa 1902


A large group of mostly women and children pose in a harvested hops field. One child seated in front has their arms around a dog; another child behind the first group has climbed a pole to be visible above them. In the background are more hops vines on poles, not yet harvested. The women and girls wear dresses with full sleeves and skirts; the boys and young men mostly wear overalls. Most have on hats ranging from boaters and fedora on the men, to straw and other wide-brimmed hats worn by the women and girls. In the left side of the image is a woman with an infant in her lap and a toddler. 'Hop Field' is written on the mat below the image.
Hop Field, near Hillsboro. About 1902; could be Zina Woods, S. of Hillsboro. Given to Wash. Co. Museum, Dec. 12, 1964, by Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Bowman.

Date Created

circa 1902


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