Picture was taken in 1938 of the 25 hp Nichols and Shepard engine. The engineer was George Squires who passed away in 1951. I think he was one of the best engineers that ever pulled a throttle. The one leaning against the tool box is myself and I was then
At the Pontlac Reunion, August 28, 1958, Engine No. 2721 built by A. W. Stevens Co., Marinette, Wisconsin. Owner, J. Roberts, McClean, Illinois. Engineer E. Cox, of Lafayette, Ind., who is a locomotive engineer on the MONON Railroad, tells me that he star
Buffalo Pitts engine, straw burner and Wood Pitts machine. A 1st Wood Feeder. Notice old time straw carrier and piles. 1890-1897, name of owner unknown. This is a fine old-time picture of the gay 90's.
All loaded up to go home from the Reunion last June at Montpelier. That's J. P., himself, on the truck. June 30, 1959.
Pennsylvania 21 x 29 thresher, built in 1880 by Heebner & Son of Landale, Pennsylvania, Montgomery County. This thresher can be seen at the Buckeye Threshers Show in September.
This engine was built in 1890. My dad, A. W. Pace, bought it in 1896. It is a Minneapolis 22 hp. return flu, running a 3656 Red River Special Separator with Garden City wings. Stack threshing took place at the Oscar Swensen farm, 2 miles northwest of Hamm
My neighbor's Case 50 hp steam engine taken winter of 1958 when the thermometer was standing around zero or below. Mr. Laurence Apgar, owner of the engine is on the right and his neighbor, Mr. Paul King on the left. Laurence has been rebuilding it as you
Russell plowing with his 22 hp Keck Gonnerman engine in summer of 1959.
A wonderful old picture of a scene in Tulare County, California. It must have been taken in the early 90's. I am sure I count 25 mules. Knowing mules as I do, I believe I would rather drive a 110 case or a Reeves. -- Elmer.
Pictured above is the now deceased Adelbert Smith of Spring Lake, New York, who owned this 16 hp Lang Button made in Ithaca. This picture was taken in 1921 and the engine was ten years old. It was used to thresh with and on a saw-mill and did fine work.
1915 Frick Tractor owned by the Millers. Frank and his grandson on that ancient machine.
10-65 hp Port Huron made in 1916. Mrs. Miller says, 'There are lots of people stop to see it who have never seen a steam engine. Mr. Miller has 85 tractors, 3 steam engines and about 20 stationary gas engines. Also a 1919 Dodge touring and a 1911 Maxwell
The Millers get a Titan. -- Gil mar Johnson's place, Frederick, Wisconsin.
Threshing in 1897. Victor is the engineer, he has his hand on the reverse. Your guess as to the make of engine is better than mine, I always guess wrong. -- Elmer.
Here's Don with his 12 hp A. W. Stevens engine taken at the 1959 New York State Fair. There were 9 engines in all. One 6 hp Westinghouse, one 10 hp Lang and Button, one Buffalo-Pitts, one Waterloo made in Canada and 4 Case engines.