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Courtesy of Carl Emge, 21-Orchard Lane, Churubusco Indiana 46723. A picture of my English engine and Baker fan that I made. The base is 1 X 4, the sides are of inch plywood. The blades for the fan, out of a peach can. The pulley is made out of a spool.

Carl Emge

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The Officers and Directors: left to right (front row), Roy Mercer, Louisville, Kentucky; Wm. Meister, Indianapolis, Indiana; Herman Nunnley, Lebanon, Indiana; Ray Jones, Sunman, Indiana, President; Anthony Moorman, Greensburg, Ind; Treasurer; Eldon Myers, Indianapolis, Indiana, Secretary and Mrs. Eldon Myers, helps the Secretary; (Back rows) Lawrence Porter, Rushville, Indiana, Vice-President; Roily Draut, Lawrenceburg, Indiana; Dr. Russell Holmes, Louisville, Kentucky; Larry Ewbanks, Pleasantview, Indiana; and Ralph Shelburne, Zionsville, Indiana.

Nelson Howard, New Castle, Indiana and Russell Coons, Rushville, Indiana are not in the picture.

Courtesy of Robert L. Johnson, The Steam Engine Museum, Route no. 1, Box 265A, Rossville, Georgia 30741. Heisler no. 2, taken at Forest Products Chemical Company, Memphis, Tennessee on the day of the auction-sale. The entire Forest Products plant was auctioned off; the Heiser going to the Steam Engine Museum. Heisler is shop number 1589, built August, 1929 and originally sold to the Fisher Lumber Company; later bought by Forest Products. It weighs 46 tons in working order, is standard gauge, with two cylinders 14' bore, 12' stroke. It was moved by lowboy, in one piece and on rail.

Courtesy of Florian C. Karl, Jordan, Minnesota 55352and permission of Jordan Independent newspaper to print the following 3 pictures of the Scott-Carver County Threshers Association, August 5 and 6th, 1967. We thank Mr. Keith M. Thaves, publisher of the Jordan Independent for allowing us to use them.

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