90 HP 1922 Baker owned by John Farrell, Honeoye Falls, New York, who with his engineer Roland Amedick, Darien Center, M. Y. have shut down for lunch. Western New York Show.
What a line of Case steamers! A 110, 80, 65, 50 and 6 HP portable. All of these engines have been completely rebuilt. Expenses were no object in their restoration by the Richardsons. Picture taken on property of the Riverside Lumber Company, Orofino, Idah
Touring the grounds is the 16 HP Huber owned by Henry Dull, Alum Bank, Pennsylvania. This is at Williams Grove Park, Mechanicsburg, Penna.
An interesting picture of many years ago. Courtesy of B. E. Gleason, Lansing, Michigan.
B. E. Gleason
Picture shows off a 1911 Avery Undermounted owned by Herb Conley, Etters, Pennsylvania.
1'' scale boiler room built by Miles Miller, R. D. 6, Meadville, Pennsylvaniaat the Western New York Show.
''Power Line'' at Williams Grove Reunion, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
Dick Wise edges shingles at Western New York Show.
The picture above shows my late husband, Arthur Worthington, in the parade at the Old Settlers and Threshers Association Reunion, Mount Pleasant, Iowa in 1965 on his 4 HP model steam engine which he made. Years ago my husband engineered and used an Advanc
Mrs. Arthur Worthington
Allen Baker of Missouri stands beside his M. Rumely engine, No. 2933, 15 HP rear-mounted. He has had the engine for 52 years and he got it from a man named Edson Merril. He says the engine was built before 1900. Courtesy of Bill Lamb, Oak Lawn Farm, Rout