Harvesting for grain. Wagons on right receive bundles of grain from the left, from "Combine," "Cutter," and "Binder." The bundles were taken to a thrashing machine on Telegraph Road, East Los Angeles, just south of the Peterson house and land. The grain was then sacked and sold to Newmark and Edward's grain company on Main Street, Los Angeles. Most of the baled hay was sold directly to the Union Ice Company for the horses of their horse-drawn delivery ice wagons.