WHAT IS IT


| March 2003


The genius of pioneer inventors can confound us. Countless contraptions that revolutionized farming in the 19th and early 20th centuries have become contemporary curiosities, or even mysteries. Here are three sent in by readers. Do you know what they are?

February's mystery tools

It's owned by George Fogle as well. No one identified it.

HOW TO SEND  'What-is-it?' photos and/or identifications to Farm Collector: Photos of submitted items should be taken in a well-lighted area against a plain background if possible.

Items may be sent by:



Regular mail : Farm Collector, 1503 S.W. 42nd St., Topeka, KS 66609;

E-mail : editor@farmcollector.com For digital photos, adjust 'image size' to 'full,' '3:2' or 'UXGA.' Adjust 'image quality' to 'hi' or 'fine.' For scanned photos, use '300 dpi'; send 'jpeg.'














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