An article from 1915 shows us that incompetent automobile repairmen are nothing new and in some cases much more expensive.
One of the earliest problems of writing about horseless motor wagons was what to call them!
An International Harvester porcelain sign is a reminder of the connection between farmer and hardware store.
The company behind Wayne school buses had a history firmly rooted in farm implements and equipment.
The Billiken, a fanciful, pixie-like creature that appeared in an artist's dream, was used as a radiator ornament to prevent automobile mishaps.
Alan Easley attempts to salvage an old coal shed built in 1875 on his family’s property.
This illustration from a Massey-Harris Co. calendar shows farmers working with horse-drawn grain binders and other farm equipment.
Considered a major leap forward in housekeeping, porcelain stoves made it much easier to keep the kitchen clean and helped brighten the room.
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