Employees of Frink Snowplows stand next to V-plow in Clayton
Two employees of Frink Snowplows stand next to the largest V-plow produced by the company. The plow was headed to a town in northern Maine. The design of the V-plow was invented by Karl Frink, and the company was a major employer in Clayton from 1920-2000. Clayton, NY. Circa 1980. From the Thousand Islands Museum.
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