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Folder 8: “6000 acres cut, and no washing machine!” by Donald Wendt, Ferguson Heritage, Issue 34

In this article, Donald Wendt takes a reader through buying an M-H 21 combine and working with the harvest brigade in 1944. This article also includes a photo of Joseph M. Tucker who was Massey-Harris vice president and United States Sales Manager who masterminded the Massey-Harris Harvest Brigade. It also includes a photograph of Judy Horsch and Lenwood Holo on the Brigade trail; re-living the operation conceived and planned by her father, Joseph M. Tucker.

Diana Farmer papers

  • US US kmk 2016-17.035
  • Collection
  • 2005–2009

Materials include information, planning, and training related to Kansas State University's Afghanistan World Bank Grants projects that K-State Libraries' faculty member Diana Farmer participated in from 2008 to 2009. Elements included selecting and providing textbooks to Kabul University and Balkh University, travel and training components for the Kansas Agribusiness Development Team, counterinsurgency training, and other materials between 2005 and 2009.

Farmer, Diana

Folder 25: "Watertown man owns first self-propelled combine in county," Watertown Public Opinion

This article is about Emil H. Kluck's self-propelled combine. It was the first combine in Codington County, South Dakota. Included in the article is a page from Emil H. Kluck's 1944 expense record book, a photograph of equipment on display, and a photograph of Emil H. Kluck's self-propelled combine.

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