Hoffnungsfeld (Menno Colony, Paraguay)

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Hoffnungsfeld, Mennonite wagons and truck.

The photo shows a truck, a wagon pulled by a team of horses and a wagon pulled by a team of oxen in Hoffnungsfeld. The wagons are owned by Johann Toews and I. Fehr. There are a total of five Mennonites posing with the wagons. There is grassland...

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, Mr. Landreth.

The photo shows Mr. Landreth posing in front of a canvas draped box in Hoffnungsfeld. Behind him on the left is an indigenous man on a horse and on the right two covered wagons.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, Robinett Ave.

The photo shows Robinett Ave. in Hoffnungsfeld. The road bed appears to have been recently built up with soil and graded. The Chaco bush can be seen on both sides of the road.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, Senor Langer.

The photo shows Senor Langer standing in front of what appears to be a house in Hoffnungsfeld. The log framed house is made of clay bricks and has a thatched roof.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a field trial of "Elephant" grass.

The photo shows a field trial of "Elephant" grass in Hoffnungsfeld. The soil on the right has been worked for a year producing greater growth in the grass; the soil on the left is new land, having been plowed only once and producing gra...

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a parcel of peanuts.

The photo shows a man holding a peanut plant and standing between rows on a parcel of land producing peanuts. The area is surrounded by a barbed wire fence beyond which is the Chaco bush.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

Hoffnungsfeld, a peanut dryer.

The photo shows a man in Hoffnungsfeld standing beside a tent-like frame made of tree branches over which the peanut plants are hung until the peanuts are dry. There is a second frame behind the first and the Chaco bush is seen in the distance.

Engen, Fred, 1863-1929

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