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Courtesy of Henry ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Mich. Edgar Bergen took over the controls of Melvin Snyder's 25-45 horsepower Nichols Shepard engine to give it a go.
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Courtesy of C. R. Miller, Route 1, Box 3-A, Yacolt, Washington Here is a picture of our 1900 Gaar-Scott 10291, in front of a sawmill at the Third Annual Gathering on July 21st and 22nd, 1956.
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Courtesy of H. Collins, Earleville, New York This is my old Frick Engine. We used to go threshing and silo filling. All over now; times have changed. I have no picture of my old thresher.
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Courtesy of Mr. M. S. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 This picture was taken in 1907.
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Courtesy of Dave Chambers, 340 West Oak St., West Lafayette, Indiana 47906 On July 30, 1966, friends and neighbors for miles around, including members of the Illiana Steam & Hobby Club, gathered at the farm home of Chester Sterrett near Battle Ground, Ind
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Courtesy of Mr. M. S. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 This picture was taken August, 1927.
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Courtesy of Mr. M. S. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 This is the Cherney & McCulla rig which was photographed in 1927.
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Courtesy of Mr. M. S. Cherney, 3314 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 This picture was taken at the Cherney Farm in 1909.
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Courtesy of Wm. Adams, Box 98. Melita, Manitoba, Canada Threshing oats September 8, 1966 seven miles northwest of Melita, Manitoba, Canada, on the Wm. Adams & sons farm. I.H.C. Separator and 1913 Model Case 75 H.P. steam engine.
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Courtesy of Mr. Helmer Braunson, Wetonka, South Dakota Here is a picture of the Case engine which I built last winter. It was made from a spray can. It is 36'' long, 17'' wide and weighs about 35 pounds. It took 200 hours labor to assemble and it has an
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