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.
A northern Illinois dairy farm survives all that Mother Nature and a shattered economy could throw at it.