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1923 40 HP Case owned by Raymond Kreibel, Box 83, Kinzers, Pennsylvania 18535. Evan Leisey, on leave from the Air Force in Colorado, is engineer. Photo taken at Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Assoc, Inc. Show at Kinzers, Pennsylvania in August 1971
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George Gilmore threshing years ago
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Nichols & Shepard double cylinder, 25 Hp. on fan at Pion-Era 1969. Courtesy of Clarence M. Reed, 426 Margaret Street, Akron, Ohio 44306.
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A picture of an old railroad engine that was taken from an old magazine called the Industrial Power Transmission, September 1935. Courtesy of Gerald F. Hoffman, 313 E. Peru St., Princeton, Illinois 61356.
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Power for saw mill - D. C. Geiser at Pion-Era 1969. Courtesy of Clarence M. Reed, 426 Margaret Street, Akron, Ohio 44306.
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No. 68 Reeves, Canadian Model 32 HP pulling 20 14'' gang ploughs at Saskatoon Pioneer Show. Courtesy of C. Syd Matthews, Box 1300, Mea ford, Ontario, Canada.
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Is a Nichols & Shepard Red River Special steam engine at Northeastern Montana Threshers and Antique Assn., Show at Culbertson, Montana in September, 1971.
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This Baby Overland doesn't go over the Heisler road block Murray Clark gives Allan Pommer ''Hail Columbia'' for stopping his Iron Horse on the crossing to oil up. Courtesy of Roy R. Hartman, 32 Maryland Ave., S. E. Washington 28, D.C.
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Is a Minneapolis Steam engine at the same show. Courtesy of Jim Mikkelson, Watford City, North Dakota 58854.

Modernize with MONOBELT

In this picture taken in the Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan
this summer, my wife, Florence, is standing in front of the engine
that was donated to the Museum by the late Joseph T. Rynda, Jr.,
well known as Steam Engine Joe of Montgomery, Minnesota. The engine
is a wood-wheeled shaft drive Aultman and Taylor traction engine. I
believe it would be rated either 10 or 12 Hp.

Today, this engine stands as a memorial to Mr. Rynda for his
outstanding work with steam engines and to his organization of the
famous Montgomery Threshing Bee, when the first show was held on
October 12, 1941. Courtesy of John Hays, 1511 Iglehart Ave., St.
Paul, Minnesota 55104.

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