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Two farm workers cut barley using a horse-drawn reaper-binder at St. Columb Minor, near Newquay, Cornwall - UK - 15 August 1932

Two farm workers cut barley using a horse-drawn reaper-binder at St. Columb Minor, near Newquay, Cornwall - 15 August 1932

Farm worker bringing in the harvest, Sussex, 1937, Edward George Malindine © Daily Herald / National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL.

Autumn in the National Photography Collection

Farm worker bringing in the harvest, Sussex, Edward George Malindine © Daily Herald / National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL.

Fishwife

Fetching in the Lines - Lizzie Alice Hawksfield - Whitby - North Yorkshire - England - Late photo by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe

A Victorian Threshing Gang. They travelled from farm to farm to thresh the corn © The Village - Church Farm Skegness

A Victorian Farm in Action - A Victorian Threshing Gang © The Village - Church Farm Skegness

Farm life around Whitby, Yorkshire c1875-1910 Frank Meadow Sutcliffe - Victorian Photographer

Francis Meadow (Frank) Sutcliffe October 1853 – 31 May “The Ingathering” ca.

[Oscar Gustave Rejlander (1813–1875) Maids Drawing water at Freshwater, 1864]

Maids Drawing water at Freshwater, (the home of Julia Margaret Cameron), photo by Oscar Gustave Rejlander

A photograph of farm worker George White drinking cider, taken in August 1937 by Edward G Malindine for the Daily Herald.

Farm worker George White drinks cider on his lunch break - National Media Museum - Daily Herald Archive - National Photography Collection - Collections

Victorian Shepherd and his flock (Digital Version)

Victorian Shepherd and his flock (Digital Version)

Smock-1850  Source: Gertrude Jekyll's Old West Surrey Rear view of smock  Gertrude Jekyll on the Countryman's Smock  What Victorian Agricultural Workers and Other Countrymen Wore  Embroidery on smock  Image scan and text by George P. Landow

Source: Gertrude Jekyll's Old West Surrey Rear view of smock Gertrude Jekyll on the Countryman's Smock What Victorian Agricultural Workers and Other Countrymen Wore Embroidery on smock Image scan and text by George P.