When we moved away, the treadle went back to Grandma's house. When she moved to a smaller place, my aunt got the treadle, and had it in her home for quite a few years. It was mainly used as a lovely end table. I had assumed it would go to her daughter or granddaughters. A few years ago she asked me if I was still interested in it, and I said, "Of course!" So she said when she moved to a smaller place, it would come to me. Well, that day arrived. I got a call yesterday that her grandson (my cousin's son) was coming down in his SUV to move back home from his college housing here, and would bring the machine to me on the 'empty' trip here. (He's decided to farm with his Dad, which I think is exciting as well. It's very nice when young people know what they want to do, and are able to do it.)
So, here it is. It needs a little love, but mainly it's just about as it was when I used it years ago. I haven't tried it yet, but I will soon. I need to read the manual, probably oil it, and the front tip-drawer needs to be put back in place, but it looks like a screwdriver may take care of that. I am just quite thrilled!
And these are the accessories and the original manual.