Courtesy of R. G. Culp, 1429 Boswell Street, Crete, Nebraska. This is an Avery outfit threshing wheat near Crete, Nebraska.
R. G. Culp
Courtesy of Houston L. Herndon, Box 5363, Sarasota, Florida 33579. Steam Mill Engine salvaged from a Gava jelly factory, driving cut-off Saw. Owned by Harry Blackrick, Oneco, Fla. Will be operating at the Florida American Royal Gas and Steam Engine ROUND-
Houston L. Herndon
Courtesy of Houston L. Hernon, Box 5363, Sarasota, Florida 33579. Table of Live Steam Models - shown is a walking beam engine, a return flue Huber and grain Separator. Will be running at the Florida American Royal Steam and Gas Engine ROUND-UP February 10
Houston L. Hernon
Courtesy of Floyd Perleberg, Rt. 3, Box 154, Willmar, Minnesota 56201. This is a 35-120 H.P. Nichols & Shepard engine on lowboy as we moved it to Minnesota from Kansas in 1960, about 900 miles. The photo was taken in Watertown, South Dakota.
Courtesy of Ed Beckwith, Kent, Ohio 44240. 115 Hp. Engine on big saw at the Burton, Ohio Meet in August of 1967. My camera is a 1905 Kodak.
Courtesy of Ed Beckwith, Kent, Ohio 44240. Amish threshing at Burton, Ohio Meet in August of 1967.
Courtesy of A. E. Johnson, R. D. 2, Marion, New York. This restored beautiful Case 65 belongs to Willis E. Fisher, Dillsburg, Pennsylvania. Picture was taken at the Williams Grove Steam Engine Meet. The engine is belted to the Baker Fan. This engine also
A. E. Johnson
Courtesy of Florian C. Karl, Jordan, Minnesota 55325. This is William Oleander's 22-26 Hp. Advance engine at the Scott-Carver County Thresher Bee on August 5 and 6th, 1967 at Jordan, Minnesota.
Florian C. Karl
Courtesy of Harry Bonnema, LeMars, Iowa 51031. This picture was taken in the summer of 1967 while on vacation. The steam engine is at a park in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Maybe someone in that town could fill us in on the make, year, horsepower, etc. and
Courtesy- of Harry Bonnema, LeMars, Iowa 51031. ''This Pacific-type locomotive is a gift to the Community of Sioux City from the Great Northern Railway Company. Designated ''Old Chief Iron Horse'' in the official resolution of acceptance. No. 1355 was ded
Courtesy of Timothy Mathis, 501 North Main Street, Pinckneyville, Illinois 62274. I am thirteen years old and own a Keek Gonnerman steam engine and a Red River Special separator. Sorry to say, the engine has a hole in the bottom of the flue sheet and the