My wife and I just before take off for Mt. Pleasant, Iowa to attend the Old Settlers & Threshers Reunion which I have attended every year. Yes, I have made them all and hope to make a few more. Courtesy of E. R. Dugan, 436 N. Library, Waterloo, Illinois.
E. R. Dugan
Harry Forshee of Arkon, Michigan and his 20 Advance Rumely.
The 'John Fowler Plow Van' cook and bunkhouse at Bletsoe Rally, August 3, 1963.
The Burrell Single Crank Compound Engine at the Church Stratton Rally on August 5, 1963.
An English water wagon at Bletsoe Rally on August 3, 1963.
This picture was taken at Loucks Museum on July 4, 1958.
J. Rex Haver
There is no name or number on this engine. If any of your readers recognize it will you kindly send me the name and any information you may have about it? This will be published in the Album for the benefit of the clan.
J. Rex Haver
All Advance outfit owned by Ira Patterson, dark lad with cap, on top (engineer) and D. Holmes on front trucks, sitting down. End of run, 1905.
Courtesy of W. J. Kaufman, 3330 E. 4th.,Hutchinson, Kansas. See Mr. Kaufman's letter.
W. J. Kaufman
Here is a picture of my 18 hp Avery engine that I have had about 9 years. We had 280 pounds of cold water test on it. Courtesy of Stanley Ellington, Christine, North Dakota.
Yarbrough's Machine Shop 1423 E. Courtesy ofKearney, Springfield, Mo.
Here is a picture of a Direct Plough Engine (Superheated) by J. & H. McLaren, 140 B.H.P., Leeds, England. (Sorry, but we don't have address of Mr. Pratt - Anne Mae). Courtesy of R. G. Pratt.
R. G. Pratt
Here is a picture of Mr. D. C. Hackett and his unrestored Wallis & Steevens at Church Stratton Rally., August 5, 1963. Mrs. Hackett is on the left in the picture. Courtesy of Frank Hamata, P.O. Box 431, Schuyler, Nebraska.
Ransom's, Sims and Jefferies Portable Engine at Church Stratton Rally on August 5, 1963.
The Clayton & Shuttle worth Engine owned by Mr. W. M. Salmon. This was taken at the Church Stratton Rally on August 5, 1963.