Joe Selly of St. Peter, Minnesota is about to balance his 22 HP Advance, during the Scott-Carver Old Thresher's Association Bicentennial Show. The event (described in this issue) was held on August 7-8, 1976 at Jordan, Minnesota. Photo courtesy of Ray Lin
Aveling 7 Porter No. 5800, new in 1905. We have had this since 1963 and take it to Rallies each year, including the Annual Dorset Show at Stourpaine Bushes. Courtesy of Paul J. Abbott, 29 Woodlands Way, South water, Horsham Sussex, England.
Paul J. Abbott
Leroy had a timer on his camera and he took this photo of himself, January 7, 1975 on his 86th birthday. The engine in the background is the 24 HP Port Huron he used in the sawmill, and later sold to the Cedar Point Amusement Company. Courtesy of Mrs. Don
A 25 HP double Gaar-Scott, serial number 16431 owned by Helen and Mike Althoff, Freeport, Illinois. We bought this engine from Jim Whitbey, Fort Wayne, Indiana in February 1975. It was shown at the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club show in July. The e
Eisner Machacek of Northfield, Minnesota is shown with his model of a 1916 65 HP Case this engine. This was one of two Case models shown at Scott-Carver Show. The other one was owned by Bill and Darrel Dey, and was a 1/3 scale of 65 HP engine. Courtesy o
This picture was taken at 429 West 39th Street, Chicago in the summer of 1974 just before I moved it home. It had been at the boiler shop yard for 8 or 9 years. The previous owner had brought it north from a sawmill yard in southern Illinois. There is mo
GOES OUT OF CONTROL Fire at St. Stephen, Minnesota, October 4, 1975 it was very windy. Courtesy of Arnold Pierson, 416-3rd Street, Little Falls, Minnesota 56345.