This is Hand Feed Threshing the starting of the horses on the power. Only three teams are used at a time.1963 North Nebraska Thresher Reunion.
I photographed this engine at the Agricultural Museum in 1963. Albert Bernie of Angusville and F. Kerr of Winnipeg are on the engine. Don Carrothers and Russ Gurr are on the stand.
Here is a picture of my 20 HP Case that I bought new in 1923 and it was junked in 1936. I am on the engine.
This is a picture of my latest hobby, a steam powered sewing machine. The engine is one that was used in a popcorn machine. The boiler was formerly used for recapping tires. It carries ninety pounds of steam but a reducing valve is used to lower the press
A 50 horse Case built in 1924 and this engine is in first class shape. No number on this engine. I ran this engine myself for around 15 minutes and it is a honey.
This picture was taken in 1915. It shows my 30 HP Russell Engine and most of the crew taking a short break for afternoon coffee. I am really sorry this engine went to the scrap men during the last waft as it still was a pretty good engine after all the th
A 22-80 Advance built in 1905 and also in very fine shape.
Here is a picture of my 8 x 10 Frick Engine.
Here is a picture which I took at the Threshermens Reunion last summer of the Gray Gas Tractor. Don Carrothers is doing the announcing.