An information shot of the officers of the Wisconsin Historical Steam Rodeo Inc., of algena, Wisconsin. They yearly feature the daring steam, engine races at the Luxemburg, Wisconsin, Fairgrounds. From the expression on their faces they must have somethin
A wonderful threshing scene. Depicting Canada's Great Open Spaces. Mr. Spreem an doing his threshing, October, 1957. It is a Case outfit. A65 hp. engine and a 36-58 Thresher.
Mr. Spreeman does plowing with his 65. Here he is breaking alfalfa sod at Olds, Alberta, Canada in 1956 pulling an 8-bottom John Deere plow. Good fireman No smoke. Fact is all that outfit needs is Elmer to be standing on the platform
This is the power end of Mr. Spreeman's outfit. Mr. Chris Busch, Colton, Washington, came up for the doings and did the engineers job. He seems to fit the 65 pretty well
Mr. Hoffman sends us this picture of Fred McPhail, West minister Hospital, London, Ontario, Canada. All who know Fred love him. He has been in the hospital for some time and we wanted him to know we think of him and to prove it write him a letter or send
60 hp. Case, serial No. 34768, owned by Garriott Coombs, R. D.l, Campbellsburg, Kentucky.
Oats threshing in North Dakota, 1957. This was completing a weeks' run with a 28 inch Huber machine. We thresh on an average of 150 acres every year. Mr. Ausk, who is standing on the machine is also owner. He feeds 200 head of Herfords. The rig is run by
Shades of Jimmy Watt! The Erie engine in the picture is said to be 80 years old and is still going strong, and running on a wood foundation. The boiler at Parker's Mill proudly displays its Casey-Hedges emblem on the smoke box doors in addition to some fo
This is a 3hp. Fairbanks Morse Z Oil engine. Burns gasoline or fuel oil. It is owned by Donald E. Robbins and his Dad is buzzing slab wood at their sawmill. It will saw slab wood as fast as I can carry the slabs. I get lots more enjoyment out of sawing sl