Four points to this picture - Two Averys, Elmer Sandberg (We Elmers have to stick together). But the most impressive to me is the 'Stake and Rider Fence'- some call it snake fence, others call it worm fence. What do you call it? I have built and repa
This long rye straw outfit was owned by Edgar Humphrey, Cordova, Illinois, up until the Stevens engine was junked and I bought the separator. This was the second thresher they had. The first was completely worn out. I believe the separators were made in N
This is Wilbur's 65 hp Case furnishing heat for the Ladd school after a fire damaged part of the school. It furnished heat for 66 days and stood by for 10 more days.
GO WEST, YOUNG MAN, GO WEST! Wellington Watson of Mooretown, Ontario, Canada, is seen firing a threshing engine with straw on the section then owned by Robert Blackwell, Holmfield, Manitoba, in 1905. The threshing hands are from Scotland, Prince Edward Is
Burdette J. Potter, Okemos, Mich., framed in the cab of an Avery. I love that position myself. Elmer
Elmer Ritzman, Enola, Pa., and Earle S. Eckel, owner of the 1903 Stanley Steamer, at Montpelier, Ohio.That was a happy day for me? -Elmer
A 30 hp Avery Undermounted plowing with a new Avery plow on the Dakota Prairies in 1912. Note the tags on the plow levers (I hope they reproduce in our photo). Bill says 'I have put in many a day on such engines and they were hard steamers and a wond