I imagine this wheelbarrow is just like they used in the Middle Ages
for it surely is very rudimentary.
An early combine harvester which went from farm to farm, even
over the USA border one time and was refused reentry by customs.
Of course the farmers smuggled it back over at night.
Early high tech washing equipment. The one on the right is electric.
I guess it beats washing clothes in the river and pounding
them on the rocks.
The washing was hung over the stove in the farm kitchen
where the warmth was.
No electricity of course, so kerosene lanterns were the norm.
We had one of those for blackouts, a regular occurrence in my youth.
The iceman cometh, on a regular basis. We had an ice chest until I was about twelve
when we finally got a Kelvinator refrigerator.
A 1919 Model T truck, used to cart the milk cans about
on the farm.
Err, a two-headed calf which lived for three weeks was pointed out
to me by another volunteer at the museum
as something of interest.
This image is not mine but from here.