This 1907 Ford Automobile Plow, one of Henry Ford's early experimental tractors, is a feature of the 1953 Pennsylvania Farm Show at Harrisburg. The 24-horsepower tractor with a copper water jacketed engine is a highlight of the parade Farm Equipment, Old
Case doing her stuff on a sawmill. Photo courtesy of J. C. Cobb, of Ronceverte, W. Va.
J. C. Cobb
A good action picture of Hardy Lindblad's super heated 60 Case No. 22714 operating a sawmill owned by Morris Blomgich, of Siren, Wisconsin. Photo by R. H. Agar.
Gaar-Scott Burnley used by Mr. Sam Rogers, Wowota, Sask. Canada, to saw lumber. It was used up to two years ago. Mr. Rogers is over 80 years of age and still takes an active part in sawing. The boiler is now used in heating a large garage. Sent in by E. H
The Advance Man of the North. Louis Wild, Elwood, Wisconsin. Gilmar says: He is full of fun and raring to go. Photo by Geo. Persson.
Gilmer's 50 Case pulling 5 bottoms with ease and great interest. Dan Boothe at the controls and Gilmar at the wheel. Photo by R. H. Agar.
Three hp Vertical operating wood saw. Owned and operated by Einar Tostenson, 3609 24th Ave., S., Minneapolis 6, Minn. Photo by F. M. Haire.
Picture of the Threshing Bee held at my farm on July 14th, 1953. The engine is a Case 9-30 built in 1902 and in good condition, which I purchased two years ago in Ballard County, Kentucky from a relative. This engine has threshed over 40 years. It is belt
L. J. Inghram
At the Bock Quarry near Bonceverte, W. Va., in 1942. Note the old fashioned couplers. Courtesy of J. C. Cobb, Ronceverte, W. Va.