Are you able to identify these vintage farm items?

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1 - Loaf of bread, still in the bread pan, just out of the oven on a kitchen towel

2 - Typical oil lamps that were used inside the house before electricity came to the farm

3 - Curling irons that the girls used

4 - Wind vane arrow

5 - Wooden tool box that Papa made one winter from scrap lumber

6 -  Flatter, a hammer used to flatten steel bars heated on a forge

7 -  Curling irons in an oil lamp

8 - Mama’s necklace and jewelry box in which she kept her precious things

9 - Mama’s purse mirror

10 - Papa’s steel, used to keep the blades of knives nice and sharp

11 - Towel and towel roller

12 - Wagon jack, used to jack up the Model T when it had a flat tire

13 - Snaffle bit that is very gentle in the horse’s mouth

14 - Husking hook and husking peg

15 - Rug beater

16 - Mama’s purse and mirror

17 - Irons, heated on top of the stove

18 - Stencils

19 - Singletree

20 - Coal scuttle and shovel

21 - Onion sets and seed potatoes

22 - Cucumber seeds and pickles

23 - Jam, pickles and canned meat

24 - Corn

25 - Papa made this metal box when he bought the Model “T”, the brush had been used earlier in the buggy

26 - Clothespins

27 - Mama made this apron

28 - Homemade soap

29 - Quilt

30 - Seeds and garden row line

31 - Ice cream and peaches

32 - Mama’s hoe

33 - Crocks

34 - Weather vane and lightning rod combination, unusual

35-  Insulator for lightning rod



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