A 25hp. Gaar Scott engine with 40 inch Advance separator near Watertown, SouthDakota,in1907. Further identity is lost. To have your picture taken in that day was an event.
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A picture of Mr. Tronson's fathers' outfit taken on the last threshing job of the 1912 season. It was on the Henry Quinn farm east of Amherst, Wisconsin. Mr. Tom Tronson is standing where the dog's tail is crossing his legs. T. J. Tronson is standing on t
Picture of a Springfield outfit in operation taken from their 1885 catalog. (I am not much of a thresherman but that is a wonderful stream of straw pouring from that stacker. One man never built a stack that nice with a stream of straw like that. -Elmer)
A 30hp. Avery undermounted operating a Yellow Fellow 40 inch machine with Garden City feeder. They were threshing flax and burning straw in the engine. Taken about 1915 in the eastern part of Montana. Courtesy of Johnnie R. Anderson. (No address)
Johnnie R. Anderson
W. M. Fry of Sedgwick and J. D. Fry
Westinghouse outfit at the beginning of the century. Owned by E. Sanderson, Lacona, New York.
The dead has come to life. We had our grave doubts if there was one in existence. Mr. Nelson Howard says, Mr. Mauzy, who lives about 15 miles northwest of me has one. I think it is a rare engine. I am sorry the picture is not better. It was taken about Ja