Courtesy of Miller R. Hutchinson, Jr., 1275 Clover Street, Rochester, New York 14610 A wood cut of the old steam-hauled accommodation train. Mr. Hutchinson says he doesn't remember just where he happened to get the wood cut but thought the readers would e
Miller R. Hutchinson
Courtesy of Walter C. Bieritz, Route 2, Box 168, Yorkville, Illinois 60560
Walter C. Bieritz
Courtesy of Diedrich L. Dalke, 14 Auburn Court, Alexandria, Virginia 22305 Advance Rumely which I operated 1921 and 1924 at Osborn, Kansas. The children are my two daughters, Marlene and Muriel (sitting on stool). The engine belonged to Mr. Griffith.
Diedrich L. Dalke
Courtesy of Houston L. Herndon, Box 5363, Sarasota, Florida 33579
Houston L. Herndon
Courtesy of Gust Horrmann, R.D. 2, Hutchinson, Minnesota 55350 A picture of my friend, Joe Rynda. I have known him for thirty years. He has over fifty steamers in his yard. He lives west 1/2 mile of Montgomery, Minnesota.
Courtesy of Ed Vogel, Buhl, Idaho 83316 Bean Loader - red beans.
Courtesy of Ed Vogel, Buhl, Idaho 83316 Advance Rumely bean machine with extension feeder. Peerless Engine.
This grain separator was built by Farquhar Company of York, Pennsylvania, No. 205.
Courtesy of Mr. Ralph Fuller, 615 West 2nd St., Minneapolis, Kansas 67467 This is the Flail Threshing Machine.
Mr. Ralph Fuller
Courtesy of James N. Duggar, 1521 Sherman Place, Long Beach, California 90804 This plow was built by W.G. Souther in 1874. It is a Souther Dig Plow and was used for canal work, pulled by eighty oxen.
James N. Duggar
Courtesy of Ralph C. Fuller 615 West 2nd St., Minneapolis, Kansas 67467
Ralph C. Fuller
Courtesy of Mr. Ralph Fuller, 615 West 2nd St., Minneapolis, Kansas 67467 This is the Marsh Harvester.