Leis Photo #1 (above): Allen Leis’ 1918 Waterloo 20-22 HP, engine no. 1776, built in Waterloo, Ontario.
Leis Photo #2 (below): Allen Leis’ 1918 Waterloo in prep mode for storage.
Stark Photo #1 (above): Joe Graziana (left) with Shawn Stewart at the Pawnee Steam School.
Leis Photo #3 (below): Allen Leis’ Waterloo engine wrapped with tarp for winter storage.
Stark Photo #2 (right): Pawnee Steam School instructors, from left, Ray Vaughn, Harold Stark, Joe Graziana, Chady Atteberry, Mace Archer and Bruce Babcock.
Corson Photo #1 (above): Chady Atteberry with Brian and Beverly Tracy during the exchange of vows.
Goff Photo #1 (above): Gilbert Goff is searching for more information on this 1-1/2 foot tall upright steam engine.
Peaster Photos #1 and #2 (right): Two views of Larry Peaster’s upright steam engine that he is searching for more information about.
Ross Photo #1 (left): This photo taken in 1956 is a 50 HP Case now owned by the Dollinger family, Minooka, Ill.
Corson Photo #2 (right): Brian and Beverly (Atteberry) Tracy. Brian and Beverly exchanged their vows on May 6, 2006, at Pawnee Steam Park, Pawnee, Okla.
Ross Photo #2 (below left): This photo taken in 1986 is of a Case 40 HP, pre-1915 engine.
Ross Photo #3 (below): Taken in 1984, this is a 24 HP Minneapolis owned by Terry Bodine, which is always at the Skinner Farm Museum in Perrysville, Ind.
Ross Photo #5 (above): An OilPull H, on a trailer, taken at the first OilPull get-together in La Porte, Ind., in 1988. The original OilPull factory stood where the photo was taken.
Ross Photo #4 (below): A Nichols & Shepard, taken in 1980.
Ross Photo #7 (below): A 16 HP Nichols & Shepard, taken in 1980, was always at Dick Herms show in Washington, Ill.
Ross Photo #8 (left): Taken in 1984 at the first show at the Lake County Fairgrounds. John Ross moved his American no. 1 sawmill in and belted it to a 20 HP Greyhound where he sawed 10-foot white oak.
Ross Photo #6 (right): Albert Grimkey’s of Michigan City, Ind., had this 20 HP Huber in his backyard in 1988.
Ross Photo #9 (below left): A Russell portable at the Lake County show about 1998. The Kester family of Crete, Ill., still owns this Russell, coming from their father.
Rhode Photo #1 (above): A Huber engine working the belt. Note the American flag on the straw stack in this photo.
Ross Photos #10, #11 and #12 (right): These three shots were taken about 1980 at the Cochran farm, on the east edge of Wabash, Ind. They are (from top) a 30 HP Case, a 21-75 HP Baker and a 25-50 HP Huber.
Rhode Photo #2 and #3 (center and right): These two photos show Gaar-Scott engines.