Child and Dog seated in a Grain Drill

Child and Dog seated in a Grain Drill - The Farmers' Museum
Title: 
Child and Dog seated in a Grain Drill
Date: 
Identifier: 
F0010.2016(48)
Description: 
Glass Plate Negative. A toddler is seated on the right side of the open bin of a grain binder. A dark and light colored dog with a leather studded harness on sits on the left side of the grain bin. Its paw is draped over the edge of the bin. A straw hat was placed in the center of the open bin. The grain drill was made by Superior. Superior Drill Company was a company based out of Springfield, Ohio. It was purchased in 1903 by The American Seeding Machine Company. A shed is behind the grain drill and multiple other sheds are in the background.
Physical dimensions: 
height 4 in ; width 5 in
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