Good. Glossy wraps. 120 pp. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout. A history of the larger tools used on farms and made by American manufacturers, studying the development and evolution of plows, harrows, seeders, grain harvesters, etc., from hand powered origins to those powered by steam. GOOD condition. Some curling to the text block. Minor fading and edgewear. Light edgewear. Minor soiling to the rear cover.
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