Plowing and Harrowing with a Traction Engine

Plowing and Harrowing with a Traction Engine - The Farmers' Museum
Title: 
Plowing and Harrowing with a Traction Engine
Date: 
Identifier: 
F0024.2015(057)
Description: 
Real photo postcard. Four men stand upon or sit in several pieces of equipment in a partially worked field. The first man sits on the top of a steam traction engine that is hitched to a plow, as well as to two spike tooth harrows by a chain. A second man sits inside the cab of the steam traction engine. A third man stands on the top of part of the equipment behind the traction engine. On the right is another man standing on a piece of equipment manufactured by the CASE company that is hitched to a horse team. He holds the reins to the horses. This piece of equipment may be a watering tank or a field sprayer.
Physical dimensions: 
height 3.125 in ; width 5.125 in