Pictured here is an 1867 Westinghouse Portable steam engine, and a 1872 Wooden Westinghouse Separator in winter storage at Hickory-Oaks Farm. The outfit was previously owned by Merle Haselton of Rochelle, Ill., but is now owned by Jon Schwartz of Rockford
Jon M. Schwartz
The engine pictured is quite a veteran and has appeared at most of the Old Threshermen's Reunions at Kinzers, Pennsylvania. It is a 12 HP Case with a center crank, made in 1894. Courtesy of W. J. Eshleman, 722 East End Avenue, Lancster, Pennsylvania 17602
W. J. Eshleman
One of the best known farm equipment dealers and shops in Eastern Pennsylvania was that of Arthur S. Young. He was a founder and the first president of the Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Association of Kinzers, Pennsylvania. As a young man he was the
W. J. Eshleman
This is a picture of different view of the saw. It is being operated by 2 HP Sears & Roebuck Stover gasoline engine. This is a Peggy as she tried her hand at her husband's newly built saw.
Views of the saw. It is being operated by 2 HP Sears & Roebuck Stover gasoline engine. This is Jim
Jim Frampton and Ron McCarty are supervised by Mary Frampton in steam powered wood-sawing event. Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Frampton, Easton, Maryland 21601.
An old Case portable engine drives an old Agitator thresher at the Pinckneyville, Illinois Show last August, 1973. Over fifty steam tractors and engines showed off ''their stuff. Courtesy of J. F. Mermoud, 835 Westwood Drive, Ballwin, Missouri 63011.
J. F. Mermoud
Carney S. Kilgore, Adams, Tennessee brought two finely matched mule teams and bundle wagons to the affair. He graciously and generously hauled sightseeing visitors around the grounds. Pinckneyville, Illinois Show August, 1973. Courtesy of J.F. Mermoud , 8
The daily parade in review to the grandstand: Shown passing is a fine Harrison 20 HP Jumbo pulling a ''Keen Threshing'' 32 inch Belle City separator. A great threshing combo. Following the outfit is another Jumbo (This is Jumbo country); and then a Kitte
Drawing lots of interest was this old 8-horse sweep power, driving an old Eclipse thresher. - at the Pinckneyville, Illinois Show last August, 1973. Courtesy of J.F. Memoud, 835 Westwood Drive, Ballwin, Missouri 63011
Seen in Hedtke's new building at Hickory-Oaks Farm, are 7 of his large steam engines and old gas tractors. All will be seen in operation at the annual show, Aug. 7, 8, 9, and 10. Midway between Rockford and Rochelle. Courtesy of Jon M. Schwartz, 1130, 6th