Magazines also contain the daily lives of contemporary ordinary people. These characteristics serve as the possibility of daily archives. This study aims to build daily archives by analyzing the contents of the magazine Farmers’ Life published in Daejeon for those archival values. To do that, it classified the articles that were published in Farmers’ Life for 14 years from 1954 to 1967, it analyzed personal and organizational information, and also it implemented the daily life of farmers and rural society. The conclusion of the analysis on Farmers’ Life summarized into following five points. First, the value of Daejeon private archives proved. Second, the personal information of people who were active in various fields of the society identified, and It classified by professional occupations such as politician, professor, agricultural scholar, doctor, and cartoonist, etc. Third, information on the organizations in the agricultural sector was able to collect that of some government organizations, public-private organizations, U.S. aids and 4H organizations. Fourth, certain evidence presented that help to correct the records that recorded wrongly or omitted or in need of speculation in the Christian Magazines, Literature and Art Fields. Fifth, the daily life of rural society and farmers classified into the series and organized into daily archives. This paper presented as a basic database to perceive the rural society and farmers’ daily life in the 1950s and 1960s.