Courtesy of Mr. Jake Duewell, Dedham, Iowa This picture took place 3 miles west of Corn Rapids on Pavement 141. The machine at that time was owned by the Bell Brothers.
Mr. Jake Duewell
Courtesy of Howard Camp, Newnan, Georgia This shows the rebuilding of the hub on M. Rumely 12 hp using mechanical tubing, and rolled bands. The lugs were turned off later in a bouring mill. About 6 months was spent on the hubs. That's Howard by the hub.
Courtesy of Mr. L. R. Smith, Lock Box 253, Truro, Iowa Here is a picture of my partner, J. L. Brim, and I with our Avery in 1913. Later we traded this for a new Aultman-Taylor. The boiler was in bad order and we could only carry 100 lbs. pressure and with
Mr. L. R. Smith
Courtesy of Mr. Paul Crump, Rt. 4, Paris, Kentucky My 22 H.P. Keck Gonnerman, No. 1845 and my 12 H.P. Frick Engine, No. 15627 Aren't they Beauties??
Mr. Paul Crump
Courtesy of J. W. Nichols, 402 Dundas St., Woodstock Ontario, Canada A Waterloo 20 H.P. # 1702 owned by J. W. Nichols, Woodstock Canada.
J. W. Nichols
Courtesy of Emmet H. Drewel, Labadie, Missouri 63055 This Peerless engine was unloaded off flat car at Gray Summit, Missouri about 1890 with a serial no. in the 4000's.
Emmet H. Drewel
Courtesy of Allen G. Baker, Dundee, Ohio Gorton 10 hp. built by the Groton Steam Roller Co. of Groton, New York. The owner is Harry Rogers, New Kensington, Ohio. This is at the Second Annual Pioneer Power demonstration at Dover Fair Grounds in 1965.