The Ithaca traction engine with the dome in the stack and a pin instead of a clutch. In the hilly country of N. Y., and Pa., the clutch was not popular. Several accidents are reported with engines using the clutch in that section.
Here is another Rare Bird. The Minneapolis double with the double smoke stack. If an engine has two cylinders why not two smoke stacks. Many have written and asked us if we ever saw one. Some had heard there was one but were not sure of the truth of it. H
Mr. R. D. Yoder and his Avery 18 hp that he just got home. That is the way it looked. Keep this picture and we will have a picture of it when it is restored.
The Frick Company Threshing Machine of 1880. Note on the machine that the Agent was from Mt. Morris, III. Evidently that is where the machine was sold and used. Courtesy of Terry Mitchell, Advertising Manager, Frick Company.
A. Herschel Spill man. Merry-Go-Round double engine. Mr. .Paul Gaines of Glencoe, Minn., is interested in these engines and has one he is putting in running order. Do you remember when they were used?