Trapper's Son Hanging Stretched Muskrat Skins
During the 1940s many Louisiana Isleños made a living from fur trapping and hunting. This photograph, made by Marion Post Wolcott for the US Farm Security Administration, shows a trapper stretching muskrat skins over metal forms.
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