Clarence Wile, of near Landisville, Pa., operating the next-to-last Peerless engine ever made, at Rough & Tumble Reunion, 1974. Steam gas photo.
E. C. Nafe, Glen Rock, Pa., files his saw at Rough & Tumble Reunion. Tractor in background is a Nichols & Sheppard engine, 1900, providing power. Courtesy Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, Pa.
Menno L. Hess, Mount Joy, Pa., tosses wheat into 1915 wheat thresher at Rough & Tumble Reunion. Courtesy Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, Pa.
Peerless engine, 1923, property of A. F. Harker, of Hollidaysburg, Pa., just reflued this spring. Harker has a locomotive bell mounted on the front, harking back to his days as an engineer. At Rough and Tumbler Reunion, 1974. Steam gas photo.