Advance Thresher Co. 10 HP simple engine No. 2898 built in 1894 or 1895 and owned by George J. Atchison. He purchased this engine from Mr. Elwood fry of Grand Rapids, Michigan in the summer of 1971. The engine is in excellent condition and runs very well.
George J. Atchison
Coy Marriott of Ozark, Missouri is shown above with his ''powered steered'' 10 Ton Case steam roller. He keeps this roller very active and is an important attraction at the Ozark Reunion. Courtesy of B. A. Hines, 7197 Mississippi Street, Merrillville, Ind
B. A. Hines
This is a 1920 Waterloo 16 HP and a Climax locomotive in background. Looks like a scene from the 1920s but was taken at Nanaimo in August 1974.
Vancouver Island Exhibition, August 11-18, 1974. The 1920 Waterloo driving the sawmill. Courtesy of Neil Brady-Browne, 3940 Discovery Drive, Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada V9W 4X4
I was engineer on this 40 HP Case engine for twelve falls, threshing. The first few years we threshed over thirty days. It was near Wheatland, Iowa. This engine was about new at that time and was a nice running engine, easy to handle and fire. In those da
Albert Payne of Galien, Michigan plowing with a John Deere 3-b bottom plow using nine Belgian draft horses. Photo by Edward Rysz. Courtesy of Wilbur Place, 1602 Weller Avenue, La Porte, Indiana 46350
When the boiler needed repairs at the Kingsbury Locker Plant at Kingsbury, Indiana, Don Schwenk of La Porte County was summoned to bring his 1914 M. Rumely, drawbar HP 16 flywheel 50 HP and supply steam until their boiler would be ready. Photo by Edward R