MODEL BUILDERS SECTION-


| November/December 1955

  • Steam engine
    Hand made steam engine as made by Ben H. Kehrer and his two men in his machine shop at New Memphis, Illinois, his son Cysil, and Art Ruehl. This engine develops a half horse power. Weighs 140 lbs., is 40 inches long-, 24 inches high, and 18 inches wide. B
  • One and one-eighth scale Model
    One and one-eighth scale Model of 40x64 Minneapolis separator. Complete like the big one. It will thresh small seeds like timothy or millet. Built by Jacob Frank, Box 27, Olina, Minnesota.
  • Water tank
    Water tank built by Harry H. Roberts, Hazelton, Kansas. 18 inches long, 8 in. high. The pump and handle weighs 23/4 pounds. The wheels are from an old sweeper, the tank is brass from an old water pump. Approximately S hours work
  • Minneapolis engine
    One and one-eighth scale Model of 25 hp. Minneapolis engine. A complete working model like the big one. Built by Jacob Frank, Box 27, Olina, Minn.

  • Steam engine
  • One and one-eighth scale Model
  • Water tank
  • Minneapolis engine