The wheel that goes on the front is called a gauge wheel and it's not usually needed if the plow if set right. It's sort of a "just in case" that would just skim over the ground and come into play if you hit a soft spot. Yours look like a 8 or maybe 10" plow. It may even be a one horse plow, rare now but not uncommon in the day. The lack of a coulter or any sign of a missing one makes me think it's a garden plow. IIRC they were made up till about WW2.
Outstanding example! You might contact Farmer Browns Plow Shop and see if he has any specific literature on that plow. Wooden beams were available form various companies into the 50's.
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