Studebaker Junior “Goat” wagons were originally promotional items manufactured at the Studebaker factory and sold by retail dealerships.
Harmonicas, known also as mouth organs or harps are popular instruments in the US.
In one of N.E. Hansen's many trips to the Russian Empire, Middle East, and Asia, he took this picture in 1897 of camels and their riders in early spring.
The Little Brown Jug is an early version of a thermos.
A 1906 photograph of the Elfring and Betz families on a Gaar-Scott steam engine pulling a Port Huron Thresher.
Early in the 20th Century hay was not baled. It was cut, left to cure, and then piled into large piles by a hay buck.
Joseph Hutton warned people about the dust bowl, but his observations fell on deaf ears. As a result, photographs like these are all too common during that era.
School students today use computers, paper, and pens or pencils to complete their schoolwork. However, in the Mid-19th century school life was much more different.
September is National Chicken Month. The celebration was created by the National Chicken Council and the US Poultry and Egg Association to promote chicken as a healthy protein choice.
September has been National Honey Month since 1989. Why is September National Honey Month? The answer is simple, this is when most honey is harvested.