This picture of a Huber, 10 HP, No. 6647, was taken in 1903. Courtesy of Mr. Roy Conn, R. D. 6, Wooster, Ohio 44691
Take a look at this unusual mailbox. It is a cylinder out of a threshing machine. Note the engine & separator on top of mailbox and also the large machines in background. Courtesy of Mr. Roy Conn, R. D. 6, Wooster, Ohio 44691
Courtesy of Mr. Roy Conn, R. D. 6, Wooster, Ohio 44691
Courtesy of Mr. Hugh Grant, Box 201, Chappell, Nebraska 69129. This is a picture of a 0-4-0 locomotive used to transfer railroad cars of beets at the Great Western Sugar Company factory at Ovid, Colorado. This engine, Locomotive '2150, was built in 1
Courtesy of Edward Holmquist, Dallesport, Washington 98617. This is a picture of my father's threshing outfit, taken about 1904 somewhere south of Wilman, Minnesota. The man on the water wagon is my uncle, Alfred Newberg, and his father is holding the gra
Courtesy of Lauren D. Christy, 804 Gillette Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming 82716 Threshing header stacks on Morse farm in 1914 or 1915. Charley Morse at throttle, Fred Morse on thresher.
Lauren D. Christy
Courtesy of Olin Thompson, Route 2, Elbow Lake, Minnesota Olin Thompson is given a helping hand at the throttle by Queen of Steam Kathy Risbrudt of Dalton, who reigned over the three-day Dalton steam-threshing bee.