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Mr. Jack Scott's Tobacco Setter: now a treasured keepsake

2013-08-09 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Bill Wheat.
This tobacco setter
was originally designed to be drawn by a team of mules. It was once used by the late Jack Scott at his farm on Edmonton Road. It's now a treasured keepsake, owned by Bill Wheat, who remembers when he worked with Mr. Jack Scott, and later, with Mr. Scott's son, Kenneth, who gave the implement to Bill Wheat. Some where in the history of the machine, Mr. Scott, reworked it to be pulled by a tractor.

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