Samson Siftings: "devoted to the improvement of farm power conditions"

1917
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Production Date
1917
Description
Monthly magazine produced by Samson Sieve-Grip Tractor Co. and mailed on request. Includes photographs and updates on Samson Sieve-Grip tractors, usages of tractors around the world, and general interest articles. Includes fold-out poster of "300 Samson engines in use in 1909".

Sample contents: Vol.3, no.4 (Apr 1917)
Never saw its equal! / samson sieve-grip pleases ladies / samson frees horses / tractors help meet food problem / an acre an hour at papatoetoe [article on how R.B. Spinks & Co., and George Nicol of Auckland are using samson sieve-grips] / four samson sieve-grips n neighboring farms / sixteenth talk: repainting your samson sieve-grip / bankers own samson sieve-grips / thirty samsons for export / four months and not a cent for repairs / motor is very good / samson owners well satisfied / wheelmen clean up at reedley / queer girls / everyone well pleased / samson sells self
Other Name
Samson sieve-grip siftings
Physical Description
volumes : illustrations, photographs (black and white) ; 22.5 cm + 1 leaf : illustrations ; 72 x 21.5 cm folded to 9 x 21.5 cm
Media/Materials
Accession No
PUB-2019-21
Credit Line
1917. Samson Siftings: "devoted to the improvement of farm power conditions", PUB-2019-21. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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