Campbell Photo #1 (right): Fred Schulz of Woodland, Wash., operating a 1906 Case 12-36 HP hooked to the pulling sled at the 41st Annual Cowlitz Prairie Grange Threshing Bee, Aug. 27-28, 2005.
Yaeger Photo #3 (right): A Reeves automatic firebox door opener, standard on Reeves Canadian Special engines. This one is on a 32 HP Reeves cross-compound Canadian Special, no. 7181, owned by Max Tyler.
Yaeger Photo #1 (above) and Photo #2 (right): Lon Picket’s Reeves with a 30 HP double-simple engine from a Keck-Gonnerman. The engine was lost in a sawmill fire before World War II, thus it was scrapped.
Yaeger Photo #4 (below): A friction disc guide used on 20 HP through 32 HP Reeves engines.
Rigg Photo #1: A line-up at the LaPorte County Historical Steam Society Show, Hesston, Ind., in 2005, from left: Mike Murphy’s Wood Bros. engine, Russell steam engine and the society’s 50 Case.
Rigg Photo #2 (right): Mike Murphy on his Wood Bros. engine.
Rigg Photo #3 (below): Mike Murphy plowing with this Wood Bros. engine.