Here is a picture given to us by Mr. Gilbert Enders of R. D. 3, Bellevue, Ohio. The main object of the picture here is to find out something about the spark arrester. Why did they have such a thing? We have lost some of the information Gib gave us and now
Mr. Gilbert Enders
This picture was taken about 1880 at Middletown, Ohio. It shows Mr. William J. Brelsfoard on right side of platform, hauling a tank to Sorg Paper Company. The engine was made in Hamilton, Ohio, probably a Lane & Dyer. Courtesy of Charles B. Paull in, Tren
Charles B. Paull
Stack is half done The threshing end of LeVerne Huffman's rig, of Blanca, Colorado. LeVerne still gets several days a year at threshing.
22hp. Avery pulling ten 14 inch plows (Avery steam lift) in buffalo grass sod in southern Alberta. Photo of June 1907. John Haupert, owner, is standing by drive wheel and his brother Ernest, fireman, is on the platform. Mr. Haupert broke section with thi
Rodney M. Pitts
Creator pop corn engine owned by Rollo M. Ereny, 225 Hollywood Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida.