E.G. Kingsford (cousin by marriage to Henry Ford) in one of his Model T's at Iron Mountain. At one point he owned the Ford distributorship for the Upper Peninsula Of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin. Here is a link to an article about Kingsford. Also a pic of Henry and Edward
It's nice to see a photo of a real 1915!
Wonder if Kingsford also sold farm equipment ? This picture seems to be about that spiffy new manure spreader. When did Kingsford get into making charcoal briquets ?
That is one long flight of stairs with no support!!Also for the time that is a very long turd hearse,and i think it's the largest horse drawn i have ever seen! I used to work with a old man who's dad's team ran away and he fell backwards in one and it killed him! I must be old.
Kingsford owned the property in U.P. Michigan that supplied the beautiful oak for Henry's automobiles,
town of kingsford is still there, also great history of charcoal briquettes , Henry utilized scrap wood from car production to make charcoal which was sold at his dealerships along with a small grill, Smart Man!!
Must have been a salesman's sample !
Clevis on the draw bar and position of the actuating levers, Bud, I think this "honey wagon" was meant to be pulled by a tractor. I can't see for sure whether there's a seat on it, but I sure don't see one.
Wow. Runaway. What a way to go - run through the thresher. Must have been near empty when the horses broke ?? R.I.P.
Rich,Your right!! Bud.