This picture was taken at the farm of George Snyder while threshing there. The man at the tractor with the light shirt is Mr. Snyder and the other is myself. This is the 27-42 Minneapolis tractor and Frick thresher mentioned in the article.
Another scene of yesteryear taken near Thorn town, Indiana.
An N & S engine owned by Gary W. Yeager, Lewistown, Montana. Mr. Yeager is at the left. Mike Tyler is on the right. Note the steam boat whistle which came off an early Mississippi Boat.
Threshing outfit which consists of 80 hp. Case 1913 and a Huber Western Special 1916. Frank and his brother pictured they ran the outfit for 20 years.
This Port Huron engine was purchased by a group of 12 farmers near Granville, Illinois in the spring of 1921. The operator in the picture was me, John Konneck, a stockholder in the company. We used this engine for 13 years to pull a Red River Special sepa
Threshing scene in 1914. Outfit consists of a 16 hp. Advance engine, 36x58Aultman separator with feeder, and weigher and stacker. Owned by O. W. Bowen.