Historic places and people in the land of milk and honey: Wisconsin's treasure: a tribute to our past, a celebration of the present and our commitment to continue the good life
[John Deere Tractor Museum], p. 19 PDF (297.3 KB)
- 11U111 II V~ly WV1llVb ZlUlllllY I/14 I1 IYUYI Today his John Deere Tractor Museum in Honey Creek has the total collection with each tractor having an interesting story. Ken Peterman, an industrious professor and knowledgeable restorer in Webster City, Iowa has worked closely with Chuck in restoring many of the tractors, including the Waterloo Boy. The Waterloo Boy Company was the start of tractor production at the John Deere Company. In addition to the Museum, Chuck is busy with many business- es focused on agriculture, trucking, ware- housing and farming equipment. same family that made a name for itself in the Hat business. The Frasers were the next owners; they rented the farm out to differ- ent renters. Ed Kuehne was one of them. He was an outstanding farmer, great commu- nity leader, helping in every way he could in the church and school affairs. He liked to take part in many of the plays written by Reverend Mansfield in the Twenties. He left the farm around 1930 and Dave Fraser ran the farm during the Thirties and Forties and in time selling it to Mr. Bill Bushing, Chuck bought the farm from Mr. Bushing in 1978. Wendell E. Earle BURLINGTON FARM IMPL. GMC 19
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