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This is a pamphlet for the Angell disc plow, invented by C. J. Angell (Charles John/Charlie John), a wheat farmer from Plains, Kansas. It was manufactured by the Ohio Cultivator Company in Bellevue, Ohio. It contains testimonials from the following men from Plains, Kansas: J. D. Golliher, D. B. Baty, Clyde Atkinson, and W. W. Coons

Creator: Ohio Cultivator Company
Date: Between 1930 and 1935

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Item Number: 228462
Call Number: K 631.3 Pam.V
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 228462

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