Community: Harvest
Engraving of an adjustable switch real rake patented in 1865.
Adjustable Switch Reel Rake--Patented 1865
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 15.
Engraving of an adjustable switch reel rake.
Adjustable Switch Reel Rake--Patented 1884
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 15.
Engraving of a steampowered combine patented in 1879.
Combine--Patented 1879
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 17.
Cornhusk rug.
Wooden two-piece flail.
Flail
Gift of Ivan and Marilyn Karp
Grain cradle.
Grain Cradle
Gift of Mrs. Ed Klock
Metal hay knife with wooden handle.
Haying, by Theodore Robinson.
Haying
Gift of Stephen C. Clark
Four tickets representing the number of boxes picked by a hops picker.
Ox cart from the side.
Engraving of a self raker harvester for reaping grain, patented 1855.
Reaper--Patented 1855
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 15.
Engraving of a family reaping grain by hand.
Reaping--18th Century
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 15.
Chart of seasonality of fruit in New York State.
Seasonality of Fruit in New York
Compiled by The Farmers' Museum from data from "New York Harvest Calendar" on the Council on the Environment of New York City website: http://www.cenyc.org/
Chart of seasonality of vegetables in New York State.
Seasonality of Vegetables in New York
Compiled by The Farmers' Museum from data from "New York Harvest Calendar" on the Council on the Environment of New York City website: http://www.cenyc.org/.