18 hp. Gaar Scott engine No. 13952 and a 30 inch Baker separator owned by William Cull of Richmond, Indiana. Bill Farmer at the wheel and taken during the Eaton (Ohio) Susquicentennial, 1956.
A train load of freight coming in on the East Broad Top Road at Mount Union, Pennsylvania, March, 1956. The engine is an 2.8-2 and No. 17. The road is now abandoned.
Aultman Taylor Thresher, Somewhere, Sometime, near Wellington, Ohio
A Jensen steam engine belted to a small model of a Baker Fan that Mr. Michael Althoff, 328 W. Chestnut St., Freeport, Ill. has. 14 years old. See his letter. (I was at the Mississippi Valley Reunion this year, did you see me? Elmer)
25 hp. Nichols & Shepard steamer breaking sod at the West Central Club, Ashby, Minnesota, October 5th, 1956. 10 bottom John Deere plow.
Here is an unusual and beautiful pose in one picture. We did not see this stunt. We wish we had more information about it. It was taken at Montpelier this summer. Someone should send us the name and address of the brave girl.
Moving day. 25 hp. Reeves, J. D. Roberts on the engine. 25 hp. Stevens undermounted. This outfit was owned by J. D. Roberts and Mr. Mc James of McLean, Illinois. This is the first and only Stevens Undermounted I have ever seen Elmer
C. Aultman Double Star, undermounted Somewhere, sometime, near Wellington, Ohio.