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Courtesy of Lewis H. Cline, 1102 West River Road, Battle Creek, Mich. 49017
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Courtesy of Robert Culshaw, Advertising Division, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 61611 Holt No. 77 steam traction engine. They later removed wheels and replaced them with tracks. Mr. Culshaw has been very kind in sending us a number of photos f
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Courtesy of Diedrich L. Dalke, 14 Auburn Court, Alexandria, Virginia 22305 Here is a photograph of a threshing scene near Kremlin, Oklahoma, taken around 1899 or 1900. The outfit is a new Huber and owned by Voth Brothers. Abe Voth is the engineer, Pete Vo
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Courtesy of Robert Culshaw, Advertising Division, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 61611 Beginning with steam traction engine No. 77, Holt removed the wheels and replaced them with a pair of tracks. Each track frame was 30'' high, 42'' wide and 9
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Courtesy of Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan A parade of steam through the streets of Greenfield Village opened the day's festivities. A 25-45 h.p. Nichols Shepard engine owned by Melvin Snyder of Westland, ich., led the parade
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Courtesy of W. Place, 1602 Weller, La Porte, Indiana 46350 This is a picture of the old, original Rumely smoke box door. It shows the Rumely factory sitting on top of the world. The small printing on the bottom says plowing, hulling and threshing. The tin

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