A fourth generation farmer, Harold served in WWII then returned to the farm, with a particular interest in raising hogs in confinement facilities. He served as President of the Illinois Farm Bureau. Harold also shows his extensive collection of primitive agriculture tools and speaks of the importance of history.
Interview Session 01 (Audio)
Growing up on the family farm
Interview Session 02 (Audio)
Serving as President of IL Farm Bureau
Interview Session 03 (Audio)
Walking tour of farming artifacts
See also the Illinois State Museum's A-V Barn.
See also Harold Steele's World War II interview
Veteran's Remember See also Harold's wife's World War II interview
Detailed descriptions of the pictures listed below