Hot Days at Highland Homestead Power Show


| March/April 1996

  • Engine

    Larry G. Creed
  • Engine

    Larry G. Creed
  • 1912 Advance 16 HP
    1912 Advance 16 HP owned by Nichols Hohrein.
  • 1915 Reeves 20 HP
    1915 Reeves 20 HP owned by Roland Hart and Norbert Hohrein.
  • New Great Western Belleville separator
    Joe Graziana's New Great Western Belleville separator manufactured by Harrison Machine Works, Belleville, II.
  • 15 HP Keck Gonnerman
    Joe Graziana working like a man possessed to keep his 15 HP Keck Gonnerman from pulling over water.

  • Engine
  • Engine
  • 1912 Advance 16 HP
  • 1915 Reeves 20 HP
  • New Great Western Belleville separator
  • 15 HP Keck Gonnerman

R.R. 13, Box 209, Brazil, Indiana 47834

Larry G. Creed, R.R. #13, Box 209, Brazil, Indiana 47834 sent these photographs of engines in action at the 1995 Highland Homestead Power Show.

At left is a Nichols & Shepard 20-75 double rear mount crushing stone at the show.

Larry G. Creed, R.R. #13, Box 209, Brazil, Indiana 47834 sent these photographs of engines in action at the 1995 Highland Homestead Power Show.



A 1911 Gaar Scott 18 HP, owned by the Erwin Weder family.

The Highland, Illinois, show was held August 11-13 on some of the hottest days of the year with temperatures soaring to 100 degrees and humiture of 105. The high temperature did not deter the exhibitors from having a fine display of tractors, hit and miss engines, steam engines and other antiques.