This Reeves steam engine is a 60 HP double cylinder, center-mount, 8-foot driver wheels, and a canopy top. It is a very rare engine. The Reeves Company of Columbus, Indiana was established in 1874. The engine was shown at the 10th Annual Art & Crystal And
This picture was taken in 1933 or 1934 near Alta, Illinois. I believe the rig was a Minneapolis engine and separator. Courtesy of Harry C. Bell, 512 Slona Street, Peoria, Illinois 61603.
Harry C. Bell
Your March-April 1975 issue carried a story and picture of this tractor, as it was upset on a California Freeway cloverleaf turnoff. Damage was extensive and we salvaged a pile of twisted, bent and busted iron and steel.
Fred G. Hogg
Just thought you would be interested in something unusual in the steam shows! My husband designed and built all the things you see in these pictures outside of the animals and the people. The newspaper took this picture from the Fairground side, while my