To the farmer, the invention of the tractor was almost as important as the invention of the reaper. ... his own, and chopping straw, turning grindstone, cutting wood, churning, threshing, etc., will cease to be a manual and become a mechanical operation. ... By the time he was forty years old, Deering had made a substantial fortune in dry goods in the East. ... Waterloo Boy advertisement from a 1917 Farm Implements magazine FARM IMPLEMENTS WATERLOO BOY Original Successfulanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Big Book of Farmall Tractors|
|Author||:||Robert N. Pripps, Andrew Morland|