Image of two steam engines in the middle of the photograph, in the foreground. On either side of these two steam engines are threshing machines. Both steam engines have been manufactured by Gaar-Scott & Co. This company was from Richmond, Indiana, as marked by both of the threshing machines. There is a building in the background, and there are two signs on top of it. The top one reads, ""Deering F... hines... a... nts. Made in Canada."" It is likely that the sign read, ""Deering Farm Machines and Agents."" The sign below it says, ""Fuller &... New Eclip...ows."" It is likely it read, ""New Eclipse Plows""; however, the second name beside Fuller is unknown.
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