This is unidentified but was taken in Scotts Corner area, near Laddonia, Missouri
A very nice 22 HP Advance Rumely, owned by Ray Wenger of Sturgis, Michigan. This picture was taken at the 1975 National Threshers Reunion at Wauseon, Ohio. Courtesy of Steve Hinebeck, Sue Bennett College, London, Kentucky 49741.
A Kinzer 1970 picture of Titus Brubaker and his Peerless engine. That's ''Mannie'' Nafe standing on the ground. Courtesy of R. Dayton Nichols, 6128 Route 5, Stafford, New York 14143.
This picture was taken in 1974 at the SASKACHIMO Show in Saskatoon, Sask., which is held every year in July. Mr. George Dunlap, of 1136 Ave. L. So., Saskatoon, Sask. is the engineer. The famous Dunlap team won the Medal Award beating out the Gas Outfi
This is unidentified also, but was taken near Wellsville, Missouri - Notice RARE separator
This unique photograph presents to view the only point in the world where three trunk line trains may cross each other, at the same time and over their separate tracks. At the top is shown a passenger train of the C & O Railway leaving Richmond for the u
W. J. Eshleman
This is a Bull tractor pulling a separator on the farm of John Fennewald around the year of 1915. That's John pitching bundles. These are some pictures from our Family Album -;Of all the pictures I've seen, this is the first time I saw a Bull tractor on a
Pictured is a 1910, 20 HP Case engine owned by Lenard Brokaw [deceased] of Stronghurst, Illinois. It is pulling a 10 roll Case husker and shredder at the Carl Swedlund farm in Gladstone, Illinois. Oscar Swedlund at the controls - 1911. Courtesy of Oscar S
This steam log hauler was made at Eau Claire, Wisconsin by the Phoenix Company, era early 1800s, when logging was King in Wisconsin. Photograph was recently made from a very old glass negative. Courtesy, of Lyal Hardesty, Route 1, Box 80, Augusta, Wiscons
The engine is a Colean, 18 HP, double cylinder, manufactured 1905 and owned by Milo Mathews of Mount Union, Iowa and operated by Orville Kerner of Luray, Missouri. This picture was taken just before parade time at Old Threshers Reunion at Mount Pleasant,
This photograph is of the company emblem of the Log Hauler, lifted from an original nameplate. Courtesy of Lyal Hardesty, Route 1, Box 80, Augusta, Wisconsin 54722