In 1900 Ed Mabry and his wife, Lizzie, came to the Virginia mountains. They bought a farm with money he saved while working in the coal mines of West Virginia.
Duke and Dude Pageant Oxen and Charles Davis, Driver, at Itasca State Park, Minnesota. How they used to do it years ago.
Scotch Marine Boiler in river at Bankok, Thialand. When the German steam lighter ship that was trading in the harbor at Bankok found that Germany and England had declared war in 1914 the crew sank the ship at once in the channel of the river. After 50 yea
Brandt's 16 Hp. Huber traction engine at Berryville, Virginia show.
This is a picture of my replica one-half scale Gaar-Scott traction steam engine that I have just completed this year of 1967.
This picture was taken in the summer of 1896 by Joseph A. Weisbeck at the farm of his uncle on Uebelhoer Road in Alden, New York. The Westinghouse Engine was new at the time. This was the first steam engine in the area at that time and was owned by Frank
Joseph A. Weisbeck
The above picture of a ''PEERLESS'' engine and a ''GEISER'' separator was taken three miles S.E. of Barnesville; Ohio on Sandy Ridge, in 1903 or 1904. The rig was owned by Lewis Bundy, who now lives with his son in Morristown, Ohio. The man sitting on the
This scene shows how plowing garden was done near Redwing, Minnesota. This is the way it was done in Oklahoma in 1895, 1896 and 1897, except the lines were handled by the man holding the plow handles. I plowed about 100 acres this way a couple of years. O
This stacking scene shows how the bundles were hauled in and stacked. I did a lot of pitching bundles to my dad. The bundles had to land just right at his knees. This scene is on the home farm near Enid, Oklahoma. My brother Pete is the stacker and my bro
This threshing took place near Enid, Oklahoma, on Lynn Fuller's farm in 1936. In former years a Huber steam engine threshed here similarly.