Image of a Holt Manufacturing Company steam powered tractor pulling several carts with large logs stacked and chained onto them. Written on front of image "Compliment of The Holt Manufacturing Co. Stockton, Calif."
Image of a woman standing on the back of a tractor with a man walking behind her at a tractor demo. The demo took place on Yenney Farm Near Russell Creek in Walla Walla, Washington on April 23 through 25, 1919. The tractor has Russel written on it's side and on a pennant attached to it. A barn and hills are visible in the background.
Nine images of men operating a steam powered thresher and driving a horse drawn combine. Names and dates are indicated on each image. Written on back of images "Machinery in action 1917-1918 Presented by Mrs. George B. Brown October 1965."
Image of the back of a horse and mule team in a field as viewed from the seat of a combine. Written on folder "Ray Small Crop. Horse and mule team on combine # 7 Combine. 1934. Weller Ranch. N. of Waitsburg. Copied from Original owned by Ted Small Mar. 1993."
Threshing outfit. Harry Bowers, standing in knee pants. George Bowers, seated in knee pants. Violet Bowers Courtney, seated in Tam o'Shanter hat. Mike Foy, next to Violet. C. J. Bowers, seated far right.
Chris Bowers Farm, 8 miles north of Walla Walla. Harry C. Bowers, boy with knee pants and white shirt by engine wheel. Violet Bowers Courtney, girl standing up in hack. Chris J. Bowers and son in cart. Harv Shaw Road in background. 16 horsepower "Advance" traction engine. Table with man sitting on top. "Pride of Washington" separator built by Gilbert Hunt Mfg. Co. of Walla Walla. Straw carrier on rear of separator.