Adams-Farnham Tractor Co.

This company built steam engine governors, feed water regulators, gasoline engines, and tractors. The tractor, built only in 1909 and 1910, was a three-wheeled affair with two large drive wheels and a single front steering wheel. Weight was 10,550 pounds.

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The Adams-Farnham Company was incorporated at Minneapolis, Minnesota on July 1, 1909. Incorporators were P.W. and G.L. Farnham, both of North Dakota, and H.W. Adams of Minneapolis. By 1911, the Adams-Farnham company had broken up. Harry W. Adams went on to become general manager of the Common Sense Tractor Company in 1915.


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