Above: This advertisement proclaims the 1921 Huber Super Four as “The Supreme Tractor Value.” This view shows clearly the large, distinctive front wheels of the Super Four.
Left: By the time the 40-62 came along (originally rated at 25-50 in 1926), Huber tractors had adopted a standard appearance.
Top left: A close-up of the logo on a Huber 20-36 tractor.Center left: The serial number for this particular Huber 20-36 is found on the inside of one of the back fenders, No. 9614.
Bottom left: A Huber 20-36 tractor
Bottom right: The Supreme thresher by Huber was one of the company’s big products for many years.
Top: This Huber steam roller, or road roller, was used in about 1917. This 20 hp steam engine made road building (a sometimes unpleasant and time consuming but necessary part of a farmer’s life) a bit easier.
Above: The cover for the 1888 Huber Manufacturing Co. catalog shows a pensive young woman.
Above: A price list for Huber traction engines.
Below: This restored Huber road grader takes part in festivities at the 2004 Albany (Minnesota) Pioneer Days parade.