1939 Farmall Tractor - Manufactured by International Harvester. The M was also available in the MV high-clearance "vegetable version" and the MD diesel. The Farmall M was the row-crop version of the McCormick-Deering W-6.
1923 Fire Engine - There were no antibiotics or painkillers in 1923, so firemen kept moonshine on board to sterilize wounds and numb pain. Whoever made the strongest moonshine in the county donated it to the fire station.
Grandaddy Mimm had this wagon built in 1940 and founded a wagon train club that would take authentic wagon train trips to Brass Town Bald and Ellijay. There was live blue grass music, moonsnine and square dancing at night.
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Jack "Mimm" McClure started wearing this hat on the wagon train trail back in the 1940's. After he became sick, he would sit on his back porch relaxing. Every time Tommy came to visit his grandfather, he would run up to Mimm and grab Mimm's hat and put it on his own head. Mimm gave this hat to Tommy when he was two years old. It will always remain a very special momento of his grandfather, Mimm.