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"Some Common Mowing Machine Troubles and Their Remedies," 1927

Folder information

Title:
"Some Common Mowing Machine Troubles and Their Remedies," 1927
Topics:
Agriculture
Subjects:
Lawn mowers
Agricultural machinery
Item identifier:
mc00026-006-bx0005-009-000
Author:
Coverage Date:
Description:
This folder contains a copy of a paper titled "Some Common Mowing Machine Troubles and their Remedies," written by David S. Weaver. The paper discuses problems related to grass mowing machinery, such as uneven stubble and poor cutting, broken blades, and gummed cutter bars.
Genre:
Papers (Document genres)
Names:


Digital Project:
Cultivating a Revolution

Source information

Repository:
Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
Collection:
David S. Weaver Collection (MC00026) held by
Note field:
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Rights:
For questions regarding copyright or permissions, please refer to our Reproduction, Use, Citation, and Copyright page (http://d.lib.ncsu.edu/collections/about).
Funding:
Digitization of this image was partially supported with federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

Pages in This Folder

Pages were scanned in the order in which they were found at time of scanning.

mc00026-006-bx0005-009-000_0001 mc00026-006-bx0005-009-000_0002 mc00026-006-bx0005-009-000_0003

Scanned folders from the same box

  1. Writings on agricultural machinery, 1929-1947
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 1
  2. Writings on farm animals and agricultural machinery, 1928
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 2
  3. Writings on agricultural machinery and production, 1927-1930
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 3
  4. Writings on agricultural machinery and production, 1932-1945
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 4
  5. Writings on the history and development of agricultural machinery, circa 1931
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 5
  6. "Farm Equipment Should Be Repaired Now"
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 6
  7. "Mechanization in Relation to the Organization of Farms (Northern Coastal Plains Area)," 1944
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 7
  8. "Tedder type" peanut shaker :: Subject Files
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 8
  9. "Some Common Mowing Machine Troubles and Their Remedies," 1927, Series 6, Box 5, Folder 9 (Current Folder)
  10. "Sweep Rakes"
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 10
  11. Tillage Machinery :: Subject Files
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 11
  12. Electric Brooder :: Subject Files
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 12
  13. Cold Storage :: Subject Files
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 13
  14. "Farm Shop Work" lecture notes, 1925
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 14
  15. Kitchen Equipment :: Subject Files
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 15
  16. Rural housing and farm homes papers, 1938-1945
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 16
  17. Rural housing survey results, 1938-1940
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 17
  18. "Harvesting Soybeans in North Carolina"
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 18
  19. Writings on tobacco barns and tobacco curing, 1946
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 19
  20. Studies on concrete, 1917-1933
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 20
  21. Writings on oils, paints, and their uses, 1914-1932
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 21
  22. "List of Agricultural Engineering Publications Bearing on the Use of Improved Equipment for the Farm Home"
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 22
  23. "Bill of Materials for Plan 128"
    Series 6, Box 5, Folder 23