Myself, Neil Erickson, visiting with one of the spectators name unknown. My youngest son. Glen, (foreman and engineer) is on the engine other observer is also unknown. Courtesy of Neil R. Erickson, 2113 E. Wheeler Rd., Midland, Michigan 48640.
Neil R. Erickson
This picture was taken in 1890 on the Skelton Bros, farm east of Logansport, Indiana. Pierson Skelton is at the throttle. Walter Dunkle is standing at the rear. Courtesy of W. E. Fair, New Waverly, Indiana 46961.
W. E. Fair
Reversed. Courtesy of Charlie Harrison, R. D. 1, Butler, Ohio 44822.
This picture was taken in 1919 threshing with iver veum rig on John Oberg farm at Hoople, North Dakota. It is a 28 HP Minneapolis engine and 40 inch Minneapolis separator. 12 bunch teams and men. In all, 20 men and two cooks in the cook car breakfast at 5
Advance Rumely model taken in the early 1960s at a steam convention at Platte City, Missouri. Courtesy of Milton M. Glenn, 8625 West 60th St., Shawnee-Mission, Kansas 66202.