Pictured is the left-side view of Aultman-Taylor engine at Streator, Illinois. Courtesy of Truman Koopman, Flanagan, Illinois 61740.
Jon M. Schwartz
This picture was taken in the 1920s. On the left is a 40-140 C. C. Reeves, on the right is a 32-110 D. S. Reeves, and standing in between the two engines is my Uncle, Loyd Jurney, now living at 666 Elles St., Apt. No. 405, San Francisco, Calif. 94103. The
This picture taken in the 1920's at Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. A 1920 40-140 C.C. Reeves Alberta special boiler owned by W. H. Jurney & Sons. Last used for threshing 1928. Courtesy of Arlo Jurney, F3 Kingsland Tr. Crt., Calgary, Alberta.
Fred W. Parker
This 1913 25-75 Case, is owned by Ken Taylor, R. R. 7, Calgary, Alberta, was on display at the 1972 Pioneer Acres Plowman & Thresher's Reunion. The engineer (extreme right) is Fred Freschette, R. R. 4, Red Deer, Alberta. The man next to him is a visitor f
Model Case engine built from Rudy Kouhoupt plans and model of old wood threshing machine to match, scale ''1 foot. Courtesy of Fred W. Parker, Blackfoot, Alberta, Canada TOB-OLD.