57 results found for: subject:"Agricultural--Serbia"

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1978 July 5 – 1978 July 6

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes, which has some Serbian text interspersed with the English, includes details on the following topics; agriculture, hay, changes in the village, people in the village, families, children, shared labor, electricity, homes, possessions, mourning and tombstones.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953

Halpern, Joel Martin

Fortress along Danube

Serbia - Old fortress and settlement with cultivated fields along Danube River.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Cultivated fields around Ora?ac road

Serbia - Cultivated fields around Ora?ac, 1953-54. Mount Bukulja is in the distance.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1970 Aug. 10 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes includes details on the following topics; a visit to the grave of Z.'s uncle, thoughts on the youth action groups, hay being harvested, visiting a carpenter and stone cutter, craftsmen, difficulty telling the difference between villagers and city people and tractors.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1950 July 1

Halpern, Joel Martin

Plowing

Serbia - Deda Mileta plowing the fields in the spring of 1954.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1970 Aug. 10 –

Halpern, Joel Martin

Serbia field notes

Serbia - This set of field notes includes details on the following topics; modernization of Z.'s farm, a visit to Z.'s brother's home including observations on the home, a youth brigade of student volunteers, a visit to the pub, folk music, a neighbor's work schedule and TV programs.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1953 Dec. 14 – 1953 Dec. 24

Halpern, Joel Martin

Letter from Joel M. Halpern to Nettie and Carl Halpern

Serbia - Field notes (pages 193-200) by Joel and Barbara Halpern about Serbia. These notes appear to have been typed during a winter break in Belgrade. The notes include another description of a local wedding in Orsacs which took place late in year. Barbara Halpern describes the wedding feast, held outdoors, as being served in weather of about 25 degrees Fahrenheit. These pages also include mat... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers