SHOW REPORT Cheraw, S.C.

ANTIQUE ACRES APRIL 16 - 17 -18, 1971

| January/February 1972

  • A lot of people

    Robert Rogers
  • Remote controlled Traction

    Martin Peterson
  • Stanley Steamer

    Robert Rogers
  • Ladies lined with blooming plants

    Robert Rogers
  • Mrs. Dennis Webb

    Robert Rogers
  • Stokesia Island

    Robert Rogers
  • New liberty Iowa

    Martin Peterson
  • Ferris wheel

    Martin Peterson
  • Bill Strayer

    Martin Peterson
  • Iowa engine

    Martin Peterson
  • Models and engines

    Martin Peterson

  • A lot of people
  • Remote controlled Traction
  • Stanley Steamer
  • Ladies lined with blooming plants
  • Mrs. Dennis Webb
  • Stokesia Island
  • New liberty Iowa
  • Ferris wheel
  • Bill Strayer
  • Iowa engine
  • Models and engines

Dear Fans and Fellow Members:

We wish to extend greetings and express gratitude for the many courtesies extended us when we exhibited at your home state shows; and to the one hundred ninety six (196) exhibitors, helpers and honored show officials for their contributions to, and being a part of Cheraws second Annual show; and to the thousands of spectators for their most gratifying compliments.

Margaret & Robert Rogers, Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C.

Exhibitors, button-wearers, skimmer-wearers, etc. from 21 states and Canada shook up the 5,700 residents of this little town in April, 1970.



In April, 1971, you enlarged your numbers about tenfold, you came from 26 states and Canada, and you shook up patrons of several multi-state TV networks, radio stations, and the press from the two Carolinas.

These patrons had missed the show and clamored for views, so three weeks following the show, fifty per cent of each Farm and Home TV program consisted of scenes from the antics of Antique Acres.