The Grange Fair


How to Download Images

Windows users should right-click on the image thumbnail and select "Save target to disk" from the menu that appears. Note where you are saving it, as well as its filename, so you can find it easily later.

Macintosh users should click and hold on the image thumbnail until the menu appears. Then choose "Download link to disk" and note where you are saving the file, as well as its filename, so you can find it easily later. Do not "save image" or "download image" because this will only save the thumbnail. It's important instead to download or save the LINK or TARGET.

Photo 1 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Dairy farmer Joe Hartle has been working with the Centre County Grange Fair for fifty years, in "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" presented and produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo provided from program).


Photo 2 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Tent camper Ruth Wolf has only missed coming to the Centre County Grange Fair once in her 86 years. With almost 1,000 military-style tents, it may be the last surviving agricultural encampment fair in the country. "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" is presented and produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo provided from program).


Photo 3 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Megan Brown has been raising her prize-winning steer for a year in order to compete in the Centre Country Grange Fair in "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" presented and produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo provided from program).


Photo 4 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Heather Brown, mother of Megan Brown, watches her daughter before the judges in the live stock competition in "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" presented and produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo provided from program).


Photo 5 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Night time view of the Centre County Grange Fair in "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" presented and produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo provided from program).


Photo 6 (1600x1200 pixels, 200dpi)

Joe Myers, producer/director of "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" with photographer Jeff Preston, at a typical family tent set-up at what may be the last encampment fair in the country, the Centre Country Grange Fair. The documentary was produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. Photo by Carol Wonsavage.


Photo 7 (1600x1200 pixels, 200dpi)

Joe Myers, producer/director of "The Grange Fair: An American Tradition" at a typical family tent set-up at what may be the last encampment fair in the country, the Centre Country Grange Fair. Almost 1,000 military-style tents, some elaborately furnished, house families for the week-long event. The documentary was produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. Photo by Carol Wonsavage.


Photo 8 (1000x571 pixels, 200dpi)

Almost 1,000 military-style tents have housed families at the Centre County Grange Fair for over 100 years. The Fair may be the last agricultural encampment fair in America. "Grange Fair: An American Tradition" is produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting. (photo by Joe Myers)