Farm and Ranch Review

Farm and Ranch Review

Popular and respected Calgary-based monthly periodical focused on Western-Canadian agriculture foundd by Malcolm Geddes, E. L. Richardson, and C. W. Peterson in 1904 and in print from 1905-1966. Tied to the Country Life Movement.
TitleDateTranscription Available
Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 1]5 Feb. 1919No
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 2]20 Feb. 1919Yes
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 3]20 Mar. 1919Yes
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 4]5 Apr. 1919Yes
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 5]21 Apr. 1919Yes
Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 6]5 May 1919No
Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 7]5 June 1919No
Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 8]20 June 1919No
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 9]5 July 1919Yes
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 10]21 July 1919Yes
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Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 11]5 Aug. 1919No

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