Mr. Fred Flinchbaugh, designer, left, and Mr. Eli Flinchbaugh, shop foreman, of York, Pennsylvania, with the No. 1 two h. p. engine they built, as described in the Flinchbaugh article
Russell saw mill and a 20 hp. compound Beeves engine of Harry R. Temple, Sedgwick, Kansas, sawing cotton-wood on the Little Arkansas River near Sedgwick Temple. Harry Close is the sawyer and is also a veteran thresherman. Between the mill and engine is Ha
J. D. Roberts, McClean, Illinois, with his Frick balanced on the Teeter Totter at one of the Reunions at Pontiac, Illinois. When we look at that well kept Pennsylvania product we immediately fall in love with it.
Courtesy of Henry Miller, 14 Grand Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa
Sent by George H. Hambley, Basswood, Manitoba, Canada. Hart-Parr tractor,1958,at the Agricultural Memorial Museum of Manitoba, at Austin.
George H. Hambley
Mr. Elmer B. Stewart, Racine, Minnesota sends this very interesting picture of threshing with sweep horsepower in Mondaymond, Iowa. We have many picture and see threshing with the horsepower but always for fun. This is for real business.
Mr. Elmer B. Stewart
Gas and Steam Contest. L. K. Wood's Threshing Bee, 1958.
At home One lazy Sunday afternoon, September 1958. To the left is the 20 hp. Beeves, simple double No. 7310. Lester claims this one and stands by it. On the right is the 16 hp. simple double No. 6785. This one belongs to Doris and she stands defiantly by
Avery gas tractor arid double wing- feeder, owned by Andrew Fishelr and Leonard Hiter, both of Waterloo, Iowa. Exhibited at the Iowa State Fair celebrating their 100th anniversary, 1958