This picture is through the Courtesy of Vic Wintermantel, Box 4200, Bellevue, Pennsylvania
Courtesy of Herbert A. Bollig, R. D. 2, Cross Pains, Wisconsin
Herbert A. Bollig
22 hp. Wood engine and a 36x56 Red River Special doing their stuff. We are not told who the cooks are that are enjoying the power plant for the Red River.
As a subscriber to your fine IRON-MEN MAGAZINE which is a dandy, I am sending you enclosed herewith some pictures that I thought might be of interest to the many readers you have. One picture was taken in June 1923. This Nichols and Shepard 25-85 single c
The 18-40 Peerless engine of Mr. Emory E. Dietz, 1040 Locust Grove Road, York, Pennsylvania. The engine was built in 1927 and is now a well kept engine in his back yard. Mrs. Dietz graces the picture and is nearly as enthused over the engine as Mr. Rightl
50 hp. Peerless owned by Robert W. Lyerly, Box 126, Mocksville, North Carolina
16 hp. Prick portable owned by Robert W. Lyerly, Box 126, Mocksville, North Carolina