All in a Day’s Work – ca. 1915
These men are working with a portable steam engine on a farm near Huntersville. The large stack appears to be a bark pile. If anyone can tell what they are doing please give a call. The people in the photo are as follows:
Standing left to right: Wallace McLaughlin, Charles Moore, Joe Phillips, Walter Grimes, George Ginger, French Moore, A.P. McLaughlin, Paul Crummet (owner of the machine). Young boys left to right: Tuck McLaughlin, June McLaughlin. On stack top to bottom: Renick Hogsett, Billy Moore, Fred Moore, Will Crummet (left) Ed McLaughlin (right).
(Courtesy of Pocahontas Co. Historical Society, ID: PHS000090)
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