Here is a postal card picture of the last time I pulled in with the rig in Flaxton, North Dakota. This was in the fall of 1915, when I knocked out $30,000 worth of grain for Mr. Charlie Gad. Gad was a great farmer. He believed in plowing 8' deep.
Here is a picture of my 6 HP Westinghouse traction engine made in 1897. I have just restored this engine and it runs like a sewing machine. The boiler is state inspected and passed by the State of New York.
Kelly Springfield 10 ton steam macadam roller. Shop No. 10880, built-7-1922. Restored and owned by Howard Shaw. Howard bought this Kelly Roller from a collector a few years ago. He uses it for shows and does a little rolling on drive-ways in the summer ti
Here is a photo of the threshing train of which I was the fireman at Surey, North Dakota in the year of 1907.
Here is a picture of the 25 Horse Russell on the William Bretthauer, Sr. farm 5 miles south of Yorkville, Ill. in August 1939. This engine was finally destroyed in a saw mill fire.
This gas engine was taken from a double top washing machine. I made it over into a steam engine. It runs.
Here is a picture of the horse and cart that I built during the winters of 1958 and 1959. The horse is made from ordinary boards. It is powered by a one-horse gasoline Briggs Stratton motor.
Here is a picture of my 2' free lance model I pirchased from Rita Cornall of Sidney, New York. I do not know who the builder was. It has 2 cylinders, 6' flywheel, 12' drivers and carries 75 lbs. steam. It also performs beautifully.
Here I am loading a Case 65 on a truck to be shipped to Dubuke, Iowa, loaded about 3 miles from the farm I used to live on in Tazewell Co. Ill.
MODEL ADVANCE ENGINE. Length, 4 ft. Width, 25 in. Bore, 1; stroke, 3. Height to top of stack, 30 in. Flywheel diam. 8 in. 1 yr. old. Excellent. $850. Delbert Laughlin, 219 S. Pine St., Olathe, Kans. PO 4-1697 f63