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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Group of men and boys threshing. They are using a tractor for a belt-driven threshing machine, and on the left two horses pull a wagon with large barrels.
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the J. Green & Co. Store, a frame building with a false front, a third-story fan window and two full windows. Men stand nearby with farm i...
Description: Horse-drawn float in parade promoting A.F. Werner, a local drugstore.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across Rail Road Street with businesses on the right and horses and carts on the left. On the opposite side of the street is a hotel. There are hitchi...
Description: A posed group of townspeople stand outside storefronts on Main Street.
Description: Photomontage of two men riding a giant ear of corn resting on a large, flatbed horse-drawn cart. The driver is standing on the corn, preparing to whip the...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Rear view of young child operating a horse-drawn hay rake while a man stands nearby.
Description: Homer Bigart, (1907-1991) award-winning journalist with the "New York Herald-Tribune" and the "New York Times" with two unidentified individuals. There is...
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon. Note on back: #3, camera pointing west and set 23 feet east of east curb, east wheel of wagon was 3 feet w...
Description: Group in A.F. Werner Drugstore wagon riding in parade. Wagon belonged to Ben Werner, one of the five Werner brothers.
Description: View down street towards the exterior of the Catholic Church, where a horse is tied to a tree nearby.
Description: Oshkosh Pure Ice and Coal Co. horse-drawn wagon as seen from the back. Two blocks of ice are visible in the wagon. Note on back: Sept. 15, 1926-4:30 pm. Ne...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company showing a "reaper used by ancient Gauls, First Century." The "reaper" is frame...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: A family poses in front of the picket fence before their frame house. Two little girls hold dolls in their laps. A dog sits on the grass nearby. Behind the...
Description: Photomontage of several farmers working to lift a giant onion onto the flatbed horse-drawn cart. Beside them is a giant mound of onions with a ladder leani...
Description: A crowded wagon pulled by a team of two horses meets other buggies on a country road.
Description: Young Richard Quinney atop the family's new horse-drawn grain binder in a field.
Description: Two sled loads of logs each drawn by teams of two horses at Bruno Vinett's logging camp. Drivers sit atop the loads. The ground is covered with snow.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Men on a city street with bales of cotton loaded onto wagons, possibly in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Description: A man uses a McCormick grain binder pulled by two horses to work in a field on a hillside. The hill overlooks bundles of the harvested crop. In the backgro...
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