Sherman Byrd of Perryville, Indiana belts up his beautifully restored 19 HP Baker to the big fan assisted by Fred Nolan, Arcola, Illinois; Jim Case, Arcola and Joe Rittenhouse of Bement, Illinois. Photo taken at the ''History in Motion'' one day Steam and
Paul Alsip of Ogden, Illinois begins the wheat threshing with his 40 HP Case belted to Herb Beckemeyer's (of Savoy, Illinois) 32'' Keck Gonnerman separator. Fred Blough of Tower Hill, Illinois is standing on the separator watching the first weigher full o
Wilbur Jolley of Tuscola, Illinois handles the throttle on the big 25-85 Nichols and Shepard while Jim Jenkins of Arcola, Illinois watches that furrow with a sharp eye.
The beautiful historical 1873 Jacob R. Moore home nestled in the original pine trees provides the background setting for the upcoming 1978 Douglas County Historical Steam and Gas Show, Inc.
Millard Duitsman of Garrett, Illinois adjusts his 100 year old shingle mill purchased in Oregon as Byron Duitsman, facing camera, listens carefully along with other people as Maj. Bragg of Atwood, Illinois explains the method of bundling the cedar shingle