This old threshing scene was taken on Joe Cole's farm in Allen County, Kentucky about 1908. The rig was owned by Jim White. The engineer standing by the engine was Robert Man. The engine was a portable Huber with return flue boiler. Incidently, Joe Cole,
N. B. Cole
A very fine traction engine 75 HP Russell doing noble work powering a lumber saw. At the controls, engineer, Jared Ruble. The Russell Company was formed in January of 1842. Owned by Art Anderson.
This venerable 65 HP Minneapolis steamer, with spark arrester and traditional up-front water tank is owned by Edward Huppert. Courtesy of Rudy Clemmensen, 833 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 55105.