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Archives of the Agricultural Experience: Canadian Thresherman and Farmer


Canadian Thresherman and Farmer

Collection Description

Canadian Thresherman and Farmer was a Winnipeg publication for the farm and home containing advertisements for machinery, an editorial section, articles on farm machinery, and a farm department.  There was also a "Thresherman’s Question Drawer", where the farmers could write in and ask questions, and a "Funny Page" filled with jokes.  There was also a "Women’s Department" with poems, articles for mothers, recipes, and sewing information, a "Boy’s and Girl’s" section, classifieds section, and a "Personal Mention" section, which told who was getting married or who was a new manager, etc. 


Collection Reference: -
Inclusive Dates: 1906-1910, 1913-1921
Collection Contents: Volumes 7,9, 11-12, 15, 18-26 
Access Conditions: None