Eddie Reisner and the steam Fire Engine he brought to the Pontiac reunion. It was a worthwhile exhibit.
Talk about the variety of people who are steam engine Hobbyists. That man on the right who looks like a Methodist Bishop is a piano salesman as well as a steam fan. He is also a good cook he got the editor's breakfast each morning at the Pontiac Reunion.
A very good photo of Center Crank Case compound owned by Ray Ernst of Wayland, Iowa, and exhibited at the Mt. Pleasant reunion, 1953. Photo by T. H. Smith.
Albert Joy's (Granger, Ind.) model engine at the Mt. Pleasant (Iowa) reunion, 1953. This is a very good view of the engine and it was taken by Mrs. T. H. Smith
Mrs. T. H. Smith
Steam plowing outfit of the Frick Company, Waynesboro, Pa., of 1884. Courtesy of Terry Mitchell, Advertising Manager of the Frick Company
This is an early Frick Company, of Waynesboro, Pa., Trade Mark. It was very cleverly designed and conveyed a thought that you never forgot.