A good big, fat Case with a proper sized engineer for such an engine. The engine belongs to A. Krushel, Morden, Man., Canada, and that is the gentleman on the engine.
A WELL PRESERVED STEVENS ENGINE BELONGING TO JAMES ROBERTS OF McCLEAN, ILL. IT IS A REGULAR VISITOR TO THE PONTIAC REUNION AND IS THE SOURCE OF MUCH ATTRACTION. STEVENS ENGINES ARE SCARCE AND SO ARE JIMS TO KEEP THEM IN ORDER. THAT BIG BULL GEAR ALWAYS IN
Mr. L. A. Hansen, Rolfe, Iowa, doing his spring plowing Deluxe Style. Mr. Hansen is a dirt contractor and built this engine. I think we would all like to know more about this and have other views of the engine
Threshing oats near Briercrest, Saskatchewan, Canada, one afternoon in 1955. Case 65 cleaned and painted original color with transfers. New flues and water tender. Saskatchewan Government tested and allowed 160 lbs. pressure. Now used for glamour purposes
This engine was used for many years by Jaclede Christy Clay Products Company in their plant in St. Louis, Missouri. It is now in the Museum of Transport, St. Louis, Missouri. Courtesy of Oscar Buescher, R. D. 3, Edwardsville, Illinois, who says, I would l
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Reynolds of Wichita, Kansas, and Ray Ernst, Way-land, Iowa, separating the two and the wonderful old Hart Parr for a background. Taken at Poniac, Illinois, and we suppose that Leo Clark took the picture. We are certain that the Hart Par
Minneapolis 24 hp. No. 8692. One of the latest engines built by this company. It has been used for threshing and saw milling. The lugs have been removed so it can easily be transported over any road. It is at work at the present time. Owned by E
Clifford Vaverka, Toma, Iowa, and his 16-50 Double Simple Reeves No. 8017-August 14, 1955. Ernest Sevda, Toledo, Iowa, is the photographer
Glen H. Walk of Frobisher, Sask., Canada, getting the grain out of the straw and chaff. We like this scene.