WHAT THEY SAW AND WHAT THE FOUND. A Cole an steam engine which Mr. Brant bought in Kansas and had to clear the timber to move the engine. It is No. 322 and seems to be in extra good condition.
Model steamer built by E. R. Crowell, Rt. 8, Box 284, Springfield, Mo. Bore 13/16, length 18 inches, height 9 inches. A neat looking job Elmer
Our 80 Up. pulling 10-14 inch plows. Picture taken in 1952. The big engine runs nice and looks good with its new coat of paint.
20-25 hp. Geo. White, rear mount built in 1922
19-65 Baker No. 1503. Stephen Johnson on the drive wheel and Betty on the platform.
12 hp. M. Rumely, built in 1897 and still in nice condition.
Courtesy Clarence V. Miller, R. D. 1, Carlisle Road, Bellefontaine, Ohio Picture taken at Elmer Egbert farm this past autumn. Mr. Egbert with the smile. Mr. Charles Dittmer in the checked shirt. Mr. Miller from Troy, Ohio. C. V. Miller stacking: straw. Ma
Clarence V. Miller
Threshing flax on the E. C. Ramert farm, 1956. 12 hp. Case engine No. 10160. Ramert says he started threshing in 1906 and has missed only a few falls since. He did a lot of steam breaking in New1 England, North Dakota territory in 1915 and with a Case 65