Homemade snow sleds and over-the-snow vehicles went from fun to necessity in the early years of World War II.
One reader reminisces about life on the farm through his family heirlooms.
Sam Moore discusses the time-honored tradition of towing and being towed.
Ames Shovel Works once supplied a massive need in the U.S.
Delbert Trew shares a few stories about string balls.
The corncrib is a vanishing icon in farm country.
Richard Stout remembers his dad’s chore truck, a 1929 Model A Ford roadster.
The little "Song of the Lazy Farmer" verses appeared in weekly farm papers, such as The Ohio Farmer, for at least two decades from the 1930s until the 1950s.
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