COVER PHOTO: Elizabeth Gravely, working the pea patch at her Dunbar home, makes practical application of an early Gravely garden tractor, designed by her husband B. F. Gravely, to ease the chores of gardening for women and men, ca. 1920. [Gravely-Moore Collection, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV]
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