Some of the engineers and officials at the Pontiac Reunion 1960. You may have an 8 x 10 glossy picture of this scene by sending one dollar to Mr. Leo Clark, 105 Harvey St., Washington, Illinois.
Frick 63/4 x 9 double, owned by Bob Powell, R. D.1, Mocksville, North Carolina. It was being driven in the Thanksgiving Parade at Harmony, North Carolina, in 1958. They had trouble with the front wheel bands curring the road. They say you can see them ye
This is a photo of my latest model engine. I spent all last summer rebuilding it. I saw the ad a year ago in your Album and bought it sight unseen. After learning to weld, I built it to look as in the picture. Name it Heide's No. 10 as it is my tenth stea
Here are our good friends Torn and Mary Lou Smith of 611 Darcy Ave., Joliet, Illinois. This is the occasion of their 25th Wedding Anniversary. Tom has been going through a siege of sickness this Spring and Summer. We hope he is pulling through it by now.
AS HE BOUGHT IT
This scene was in Oxford, Georgia, about 1903. The little Russell compound belonged to Mr. Robert E. Lee, no doubt akin to the great General, and shows Mr. Lee leaning against the front wheel of the engine. The little wagon train attracted much attention
We're sending a picture of our engine threshing August 1959. The engine is a 16 hp Aultman-Taylor, Avery 32' 54 separator. That's me with the cap on the engine with a friend of mine. We had lots of spectators that day!
Field threshing of oats on a beautiful summer day in August, 1960, using a Case 50 engine and a 28-47 Minneapolis Separator. Owner and operator, H. K. Petterson, Torenton, Missouri. The group in the picture includes the children and grandchildren of Mr. P
Andy built this engine last winter, it is a 5 hp Bowlier and 3 hp engine.
This is a picture of a Rumely 15 hp simple engine that my brother, Lewis Petrak, bought about the year 1900, when I was a very small boy. It had only one drive gear on the rear axle, on the left side of the engine. The differential gears were in this gear