Samuel E. Rhodes of Woodbury, who formerly worked in construction, collects ice cream freezers and lawn tractors.
In his collection of ice cream freezers, Rhodes has 430 freezers the oldest dated from 1889.
Among his many freezers, Rhodes has freezers in wagons, handheld small freezers that roll back and forth and large freezers that make 14 quarts. The freezers come from many different places, including auctions, flea markets and eBay.
Considering how long ice cream has been around, one could spend hours looking at the differences between freezers. Some you must cranked by hand, and some...