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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.

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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