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Date: 1902 ca.
Description: A 17 year old woman operates a horse-drawn 7 foot McCormick grain binder on the 320 acre farm of J.E. Parrish.
Description: Poster advertising McCormick-Deering grain binders. The poster features a headline reading, "McCormick-Deering Grain Binders; Direct Descendants of the Wor...
Description: Wally and Bonita Zastrow live at W2139 Hwy 28/67 (Section 17). Bonita holds Bruno, the dog, and Wally holds Floppy, the rabbit.
Description: Farm buildings, including a farmhouse and a windmill.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Man standing on a pile of corn hosing down the silage before loading a silo.
Description: Rear view of a farmer operating a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A man stands with a horse near a small barn. A buggy and wagon are parked nearby. There are two small sheds or outhouses near a garden plot and a haystack...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A team of horses pulling farmers and a Deering harvester-thresher (combine) in a field.
Description: Man demonstrating the use of a corn binder. The man may be Alexander Legge, who later became President of the International Harvester Company.
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of three girls feeding corn to a flock of geese. Two girls are standing, and one girl is sitting on the left. All three girls have bo...
Description: Farmer harvesting grain with a Farmall H tractor and harvester-thresher (combine).
Description: A woman stands on a road that travels through a farm. There are several farm buildings visible along with a wagon.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Rear view of a man wearing a banded hat and riding a mower drawn by two horses. The man is lifting the sickle bar on the mower to avoid a tree stump. A roa...
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: McCormick automatic self-rake reaper built in 1858 and patented by McClintock Young. Original caption reads: "This machine embodies the improvement of subs...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Front cover of a booklet advertising the 20-12 Neverslip tractor, manufactured by the Monarch Tractor Company of Watertown, Wisconsin. The cover features a...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Men standing on a large pile of hay use pitchforks to load hay into a hay press operated by two other men.
Description: Jim and Donna Neitzel live on this farm at W2129 Hwy TW (Section 7). This barn has been in the Neitzel name for 100 years and will be deemed a Century Farm...
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: A farmer using a horse-drawn McCormick-Deering harvester-thresher (combine)in a field.
Description: Four men and a woman gather around a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder in a field. Two men are sitting in a horse-drawn wagon.
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