Courtesy of Robert Culshaw, Advertising Division, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 61611 Three Best rigs for California copper mining, about 1904.
Courtesy of Jacob P. D. Tiessen, R.R. 1, Abbotsford, B. C, S. Frazer Here is a threshing scene. I don't know where the picture was taken, either in North Dakota or Minnesota. The fellow that's got his hand on the spoke of the wheel, from there the sixth f
Jacob P. D. Tiessen
Courtesy of Harry Hall, 223 High Street, S. E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 Avery two cylinder undermounted 60 Hp. appearing at The Antique Engine and Thresher's Association Show held in Bird City, Kansas on September 30, 1966.
Courtesy of Herbert Huck, R.D.I, Lowell, Ohio 45744 This is a picture of some of the lumber and cross ties sawed at this set.
Courtesy of Harry Hall, 223 High St., S.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 Enginemen waiting their turn to take the 25 HP Russell to the Case Separator and Prony Brake Demonstrations at the Antique Engine and Thresher's Association, Bird City, Kansas. Septe
Courtesy of Herbert Huck, R.D.I, Lowell, Ohio 45744 This is a picture of my brother Joe filing the saw. At this one set, we sawed 150,000 feet of lumber and cross ties.
Courtesy of Ray L. McCormack Photos, 119 No. Buhl Farm Drive, Sharon, Penna. Mr. Carl C. McCormack and wife, Mary E. Christopher McCormack, of Sharon, Pennsylvania, on traction engine (Waterloo 1908) owned by their son Kenneth C. McCormack, Jordan, New Yo
Ray L. McCormack
Courtesy of Herbert Huck, R.D.I, Lowell, Ohio 45744. This is a picture of the Scheidler steam engine and sawmill owned by my father (John Huck) and my two uncles. My father was a sawyer. By the way, this was their third steam engine and as far as I know,
Our cartoon is based on a true story sent to us by friend Raymond Thackrey of Smith Center Kansas. Raymond said, ''the stinking frog pond water, when heated in the boiler, gave off an odor that did not smell like a rose garden. The engine got sick, foamed