Flip Schulke, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, July 1974

U.S. National Archives

U.S. National Archives
United States

“Family enjoys a Fourth of July holiday in a park at Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, which is 12 miles west of New Ulm. Brown County is predominately a farming area where the farms are being consolidated. In the past each family owned land. Now the farms are growing larger and they are operated by two or three generations of the same family. The county was settled in the mid-1800’s by Germans, Norwegians and Swedes who are clustered in various communities.”



  • Title: Flip Schulke, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, July 1974
  • Subject Keywords: documentary photography, environment, EPA
  • External Link: National Archives Catalog

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