A black and white photograph of African American male and female students posing in front of a sugar mill as a sugar cane harvest is going on. In the forefront of the image is large pile of stripped sugar cane, which has been harvested by the machine that is blurry in the image at the right. Two students can be seen standing by this machine. A barrel is also sitting next to the machine. At the left of the image are a group of students who are standing in front of the large brick and stone vat where the sugar cane is being melted down to form sugar cane syrup. The steam can be seen rising from this vat. In the background of the image are tall trees. The photographer of the image is unknown.
Black and white photography -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Trees -- Florida -- Photographs; Students -- African Americans -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Women -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Men -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Dresses -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Barrels -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Sugarcane -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Milling machines -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Vocational education -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs
Number of Images
Side of Image
Front of Postcard
Bethune-Cookman University Photograph Collection
Size of Original Image
14 cm. x 16 cm.
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2009.
LSTA Grant 2008-2009
Digital Reproduction Specifications
Jpeg2000 images were derived from 400 dpi tiffs scanned on a Kodak i200 series flatbed scanner.
"Sugar cane cultivation" (1924). Images of Central Florida. 1702.