Elmer as per your Sunday sermon your little magazine is HIGHLY Worthwhile. I would not want to miss a copy for anything. I am the engineer who was on Dan Zehr's Avery Under mounted 18 hp. Myself and engine pictured above and it was belted to Mr. John Veel
The 16 hp Russell threshing wheat near New Athens, Ohio, August 22, 1953. It was the first threshing in that section with steam engine power for nearly 30 years. The ladies took a great interest in it. Some of the men sat on the tank behind the band wheel
Sawing in 1953 with Keck-Gonnerman for power. Nichols & Shepard in rear. Courtesy of and owned by Adolph Nettesheim, R. D. 5, Box 463 Waukesha, Wisconsin
The picture is of Dad's 15 hp Case No. 16338 pulling an 8 wagon train of corn. Taken in front of the blacksmith shop at Benedict, Neb., about 1912. Lyle Hoff master, 902 Coolidge, Peken, III.