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I bet it was very similar to what you remember.Ned,
I agree about the wet bottom going through the bridge, not the best way to show off the features of your engine.
I wonder if the 110 pulling the plow, disk and drill is the same concept of the plow, packer and pony drill I remember people using when I was a kid.
Looks like the drill was a horse implement.
I believe the aircraft is a 1909 Curtiss "Pusher" with a 90 HP OX-5 engine. Glenn Curtiss patented ailerons (which this plane has), the Wright Brothers were stuck selling airplanes with "wing warping" to control roll.