OLD ENGRAVINGS

By Staff
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Copper cut of a James Leffel & Company skid engine built in Springfield, Ohio (Leffel is well known for steam turbines).
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Copper cut of an O. S. Kelly traction engine from 1902.
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Copper cut of an O. S. Kelly connecting rod.
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Copper cut of a Kelly-Springfield Road Roller Company driver wheel with special mud lugs.

Copper cut of a James Leffel & Company skid
engine built in Springfield, Ohio (Leffel is well known for steam
turbines).

Copper cut of a Springfield traction engine built by Oliver S.
Kelly’s Springfield Engine and Thresher Company (see the
January/ February 1996 issue of IMA for a photo of a Springfield
engine).

At left, a woodcut of an Iowa thresher built by the O. S. Kelly
Company of Springfield, Ohio. (For more cuts of O. S. Kelly
machinery, see the July/August 1995 IMA.)

At right, a copper cut of the driver wheel from an O. S. Kelly
triple-cylinder 120 HP road locomotive. (See the January/February
1997 IMA for a history of the Kelly firm.)

Dr. Robert Rhode, 4745 Glenway Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
has shared another group of cuts from his collection of old
engravings of steam engines and parts, which appear on this page
and the next. Otto Printing of Newport, Kentucky, made the
prints.

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