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Courtesy of Joe Balkenol, Lismore, Minnesota 56155 This picture was taken in 1914 joining the town of Rushmore, Minnesota. The rig was owned by Al Greig and Joe J. Balkenol and consisted of a 22 H.P. Minneapolis engine and 36-62 Minneapolis separator. The
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Courtesy of Joe Balkenol, Lismore, Minnesota 56155 These are pictures of Kemper Brothers rig located 7 miles north of Lismore, on Highway 91. The one of 1910 is the Kemper Homestead. This rig was bought in 1905 and in 1909 they just completed putting on t
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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa This is how Neil Miller takes care of the straw after threshing at the show near Alden, Iowa. They just drive the pick-up baler round and round the stack.
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Courtesy of Joe Balkenol, Lismore, Minnesota 56155 This rig is owned by Greig and Jansen. It was taken in 1912 west of Rushmore. It is an 18 H.P. Minneapolis return flue engine, and a 36-62 Minneapolis separator. I am taking care of the separator for Mr.
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Courtesy of Joe Balkenol, Lismore, Minnesota 56155 Kemper Bros, commencing season of 1910.
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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Rees of Edinburg, Texas beside Neil Millers Case 75 hp, 35468. Lloyd comes up from Southern Texas to share in operating this engine at the Neil Miller show near Alden, Iowa.
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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa Neil Millers engine at the Cedar Falls show in 1964. Neil appears to be pushing on his engine.
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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa Smolick Bros. Reeves plowing at the Cedar Falls, Ioda show in 1964.
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Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa Silo filling about 1912, 5 miles west of Baxter, Iowa. Separator in picture is a J. I. Case 28-46. Engine is a 13 hp. Gaar-Scott front mounted. Men in picture are Wm. Perin, Wm. Robinson and Roy Rideway.
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