(1670) Feature Stories, Agriculture, Water, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1956

A man searches for water by using a dowsing rod, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Photographer’s Note: “ A dowser is said to be able to locate underground water by using a forked hazard twig that twitches at a place where water can be drilled. A dowser’s ability lies beneath the level of conscious perception. Because of the mystery, he is also known as a “water witch.”

(1670) Feature Stories, Agriculture, Water, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1956
Date: 
1956
Physdesc: 
Photograph
Photographer: 
Tony Spina