A 1912 scene of a Reeves 32 Cross Compound and a Reeves 40-63 Separator threshing flax near Drinkwater, Saskatchewan, Canada. The flax was a heavy crop on new breaking. This is the last day of the season's run. Bernard Dale, Briercrest, Sask., Canad
Reamer's Hobby Engine. Harold started operating steam engines when he was 17 years old. He is still fond of them and now has this half-scale model Case 60 for his Hobby. It has 5 hp. on the drawbar and 15 hp. in the belt. Harold Reamer, Sr., 3595 Reamer R
This is the group of Engineers at D an Zehr's 1956 Meet. They look as though they were having a good time or else are well fed. Likely both Courtesy of Leo Clark, Washington, Illinois.
A 25 hp. Tandem Compound Mogul taken from a 1901 Aultman catalog. Courtesy of Harry Trego, Halstead, Kansas
This picture needs no title except to say to those far away that this is the National Threshers Chorus at Montpelier, Ohio, 1956. It does your soul good just to look at them. You should have heard them sing.
Mother-daughter and wife of A. M. Weiss, 632 Summit, Alton, Illinois, and his Corliss engine. He says he needs a good boiler for this engine. At least 160 lbs. pressure. He is going to belt to 110 volt A. C. generator and operate antique electric trains.
Close up of the A. M. Weiss Corliss engine. The base is cast iron and all valve gears are nickel plated. Corliss engines have four valves two intake and two exhaust