Threshing crew with traction steam engine in Lisbon
Threshing crew in front of a steam traction engine. Two wagons full of bundles of grain wait to be pitched into threshing machine on right. Workers hold pitch forks for moving bundles. Some of the crew have neckerchiefs around their necks, used to cover their faces for protection from the dust. Circa 1890-1900. Lisbon, NY.
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