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By Staff
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Courtesy of James N. Dugger, 1521 Sherman Place, Long Beach, California 90804. Here's a ''cob for your corn crib'' - ha ha!! I have never seen a Rubicon steam engine in your ALBUM
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Courtesy of F. H. Warnock, 422 Euclid Ave., Peoria Heights, Illinois 61614. A North Dakota threshing scene.
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Courtesy of Robert Culshaw, Advertising Division, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 61611. The last word in big wheels! Built in 1900 by the Best Manufacturing Co. for the Middle River Farming Co. Stockton, California, this tractor had wood covere
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Courtesy of Harry Shaffer Implement Co., Greensburg, Pa. This is Elmer ''Short'' Allshouse with his ''Big Job''. Elmer built this from scratch. Runs like a charm. His ''Little Job'' which he also built from scratch stands only 4 foot tall.
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Courtesy of Harry Shaffer Implement Co. Greensburg, Pa. Wes Karr in the engineers cap stands with his Aultman-Taylor portable. They use it to run the shingle mill here at the Fort Allen Antique Association Steam Up.
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Courtesy of Harry Shaffer Implement Co., Greensburg, Pa. Here is Melvin Baley with his Frick. It is one of the many work horses at the Fort Allen Antique Ass'n. Steam Up near Greesnburg, Pa.
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Courtesy of Harry Shaffer Implement Co., Greensburg, Pa. George Shoemaker of Avonmore, Pa. and his Frick. He completely overhauled it just last year. He showed us a color picture of it and it looked good as new. Kitty
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Courtesy of Robert L. Johnson, The Steam Engine Museum, Route 1, Box 265A, Rossville, Georgia 30741. 0-4-2 tank engine built by Porter. This photo was made in Wachula, Florida, March 4, 1967. Engine has since been sold to a collector in the northeast.
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Courtesy of Joe J. Balkenol, Box 62, Lismore, Minnestoa 56155. This is a barn built in 1916 by Schissel Bros, and myself for Anton Halverson. Top from left to right is Hugo Schissel and Joe Balkenol. Below that from left to right is Henry Schissel and Bil
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Courtesy of Joe J. Balkenol, Box 62 Lismore, Minnesota 56155. This is a barn built in 1916, 3 miles northeast of Lismore, for a man by the name of Linus Van-Hotren, I don't know many of the men on this picture.
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Courtesy of Joe J. Balkenol, Box 62, LIsmore, Minnesota 56155. A building built in 1901. In 1957, myself and three other men tore this building down and the town built a new brick building used for a store. I know everyone in the picture and there are v

THRESHING RIG of 1880s was powdered by a ‘Rubicon’ steam
traction engine which hauled the Westinghouse separator (right),
drove it by belts and wheels. Grain came from chute at side of
separator, straw was stracked in rear.


 
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