Peanuts caught in a snow storm in early December, 1954. This is a southern Viginia scene. They tell me this is the way the peanuts look before they are hauled to the separator. It will be a familiar sight to many of our subscribers but something new to hu
The GaarScott coming down the road in 1900. This picture was made by Paul Turner Sargent, of Charleston, III., who was an artist and used this and other pictures in working out threshing scenes for paintings. Most of these have been sold though out the country.
Here is a beautiful picture of the old days. Another of Paul Turner Sargent's pictures. The Editor of the ALBUM likes this picture because it recalls memories of following the binder and shocking the grain.