A 22 HP Advance seen at the 1976 Scott-Carver Old Threshers Association Show. Engineer Jim Mollenhauer has the engine all lined up for the belt. Courtesy of Rudy Clemmensen, 833 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 55105.
This Port Huron steam tractor engine is one of many that participate in Greenfield Village's Country Fair (May 19-22, 1977) and Autumn Harvest Weekend (October 1-2, 1977). Courtesy of G. Donald Adams, Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Mi
G. Donald Adams
South Fork Valley Express, Owner Eston TeterFranklin, West Virginia, fireman.
A 16 HP Advance, Engine No. 11495 built in 1909. Sawing in the winter of 1973-74 on the Wayne Kemler farm near Alma, Michigan. John Sandula of Beaverton, Michigan the engineer. Courtesy of David W. Kemler, R.R. #3, Alma, Michigan 48801.
David W. Kemler
Just finished the job. Courtesy of Harry C. Bell, 512 Slona Street, Peoria, Illinois 61603.
Harry C. Bell
The belt is on and the steam gauge registers 100. Courtesy of Rudy Clemmensen, 833 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 55105.
Enclosed is a snap of a fine double-cylinder Monarch engine. Courtesy of Frank J. Burris, 35640 Avenue F, Yucaipa, California 92399.
Frank J. Burris
This photo catches the joy of country childhood - two little girls chatting in front of a well-filled corn crib Photo by Gene Puskar, Lancaster (Pa.) New Era; reprinted by permission.
1915 65 HP Case, owned by Ted Knack of St. Paul Park, Minnesota, all steamed up to see lumber.
Advance Rumely No. 14884, 18 HP, owned by Vic Wenzel of Rosemount, Minnesota. Note headlight. Threshing out-of-the-stack, the engine was assigned to a Case separator with wing feeders. Both pictures were taken at the 1976 8th Annual Eagan Threshing Bee. (
Fort Seybert, West Virginia, Engineer. George Hammer
SCENES FROM THE BRIDGEWATER VOL. FIRE COMPANY STEAM AND GAS MEET. Photos courtesy of Charles Clemmer, Dayton, Virginia.