A Missouri woman recalls driving a Ford Tractor as a child during the war years to help her father harvest on the family farm
A Missouri woman remembers hay baling by old-time methods on her family farm
Illinois woman recalls the goings-on during threshing time at her family farm
A New York woman recalls haying during World War II with a modified Federal truck and a buck rake
An Illinois man recalls harvest-time on his family farm, including his father's oil-pull tractor, binder and hay wagons
An Iowa woman recalls threshing time on her family farm, and the flurry of activity that surrounded it
An Iowa woman recalls the threshing bees of her youth, held during harvest time on her family farm and others nearby
A woman recalls growing up on a Wisconsin farmstead without electricity during the Great Depression
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