A Steam Engine and Steel Separator for $880. 6 HP engine, 18 brake HP, $500. 18 x 36 in. Steel Separator with Hand Feed Attachment and Folding Stacker, $380. J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., Incorporated, Racine. Wisconsin. [Would someone know the year o
Ward F. Bruhn
Is Wayne Holder of Leon, Iowa and his trailer load of gas engines. These shots are all from the Leon, Iowa threshing show. Courtesy of Art Dickey, 206 W. Anthony, Corydon, Iowa 50060
Keck Gonnerman 22 HP traction engine owned and operated by Paul Crump, R.R. 4, Paris, Kentucky 40361. Paul is Vice president of Central Kentucky Steam & Gas Engine Assn. Photo by Jodie Watkins, Paris, Kentucky 40361. Courtesy of Ted Wiseman, 384 Wincheste
Port Huron engine threshing at Central Kentucky Steam and Gas Engine Show in July 1974. Engine is owned by Frank Hamilton, Millersburg, Kentucky 40348. Photo by Jodie Watkins, Paris, Kentucky 40361. Courtesy of Ted Wiseman, 384 Winchester Street, Paris, K
A real antique in good shape - an 1895 Boxx Potato Digger. I have searched all over the United States in every museum I know of and I have never seen one like it. [Anyone out in ALBUM LAND see any like this one before? - or does anybody else have one?] Co
Harold M. Yeany
This is Edgar Smith's Tozer engine he bought in South Carolina and restored it to good running condition. It makes a great show piece. Courtesy of Ray Meacham, Route 1, Ray, Ohio 45672.
Is a 1922 or 1923 Samson truck owned by Harry Olsen
Is Maxwell Bros, of Ridgeway, Missouri - their Nichols Shepard steam engine
Is Dewayne Vaughn of Lamoni, Iowa - his Little Giant hand operated hay press.
Is Jim Smith [second from right] and his Case steamer
Is Evert Anderson and sons, Lee and John, from Humeston, Iowa with their Aultman Taylor steam engine.
Pitchers at work
Shows Ted Groves and Cindy Fowler with Maxwell Bros. grown steam engine. This was Ted's and Cindy's first time at a threshing show