POST CARD


| January/February 1972

  • Steam threshing picture
    Old time steam threshing picture, in color. About 12'' x 16''. Postpaid in heavy mailing tube.$2.00 each. M. E. Brison, R. 1, Box 192, Millersport, Ohio 43046.
  • Gasoline driven trains
    Two sized pneumatic rubber tired, gasoline driven trains. The small handy size will haul 16 to 20 children. The large size will haul 40 to 50 children. A profit builder. Ed Troudt, Miniature Trains, Nelson, Nebraska.
  • 20 HP Advance
    Is Homer Holp running John Holp Jr.'s 20 HP Advance pulling trees at the Myers Apple Orchard in Brookville, Ohio.
  • 1916 Case 65 HP
    This 1916 Case 65 HP is owned by C. J. Woychik of Whitehall, Wisconsin. It is in perfect condition. Mr. Woychik purchased it from Rudolph Shinholt of Jonesboro, Indiana who had it operating at several steam shows. Courtesy of C. J. Woychik, Box 66, Whiteh
    C. J. Woychik
  • Threshing at Kinzers
    Threshing at Kinzers in 1971. Note straw goes into bailer right from separator. Photo by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
    Dave Egan
  • Minneapolis Engine
    This Minneapolis Engine stood along a river for 19 or more years before being purchased and restored by Harold Sveum of rural Osseo, Wisconsin. Present owner is C. J. Woychik of Whitehall, Wisconsin who completed the restoration. It is now in perfect cond
    C. J. Woychik
  • Keck Gonnerman engine
    Keck Gonnerman engine owned by Paul Singer, Denton, Maryland 21629. Picture taken by Dave Egan at Eastern Shore Thresher men and Collectors Assoc, Inc., Federalsburg, Maryland in August 1971. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Rd., Enola, Pennsyl
    Earlene Ritzman
  • 16 HP Advance
    Is Homer Holp's 16 HP Advance on the fan at the Darke County Steam Threshing Show at Greenville. Courtesy of Sam Myers, Route I, Brookville, Ohio 45309.
    Sam Myers
  • 20 HP Advance
    Is John Holp Jr.'s 20 HP Advance, no. 13439, pulling trees.
  • Homer Holp's 16 HP Advance
    Is Homer Holp's 16 HP Advance on the fan at the 1968 Greenville Show. Courtesy of Sam Myers, Route I, Brookville, Ohio 45309.
    Sam Myers
  • Alvin Miller on Huber
    Alvin Miller on Otto's Model Huber at Pontiac, Illinois in 1963. Courtesy of Leo R. Clark, 105 Harvey St., Washington, Illinois 61571.
    Sam Myers
  • Steam traction engine
    Wendell Turner, Oakland, Iowa displayed and operated this model steam traction engine and Baker fan at Eshelmans 3rd annual S. W. Iowa Antique Machinery and Threshing Show. We hope he can come back for all three days next year. Courtesy of Roger L. Eshelm
    Roger L. Eshelman
  • Steam rig
    Picture of myself and a steam rig I made, taken at Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Association Show at Kinzers, Pennsylvania. The boiler is oil-fired by means of a pressurized tank. A Stanley steam engine 3x5 supplies the power. I met and made many fr
    Francis Behre
  • Frick engine
    1922 Frick owned by Paul K. Giles of Berryville, Virginia. Snapshot by Dave Egan, R. D. 5, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 17055. Courtesy of Earlene Ritzman, 808 Wertzville Road, Enola, Pennsylvania 17025.
    Earlene Ritzman
  • Robert Bell engine pulling a George White
    Pictured is a 25 HP 1923 Robert Bell engine pulling a George White 1921 thresher. Owner is Mr. Allan Byers of Milton, Ontario, Canada. This was taken at the Ontario Steam and Antique Preservers' Association Eleventh Annual Steam Era Show at Milton. Courte
    Jack C. Norbeck

  • Steam threshing picture
  • Gasoline driven trains
  • 20 HP Advance
  • 1916 Case 65 HP
  • Threshing at Kinzers
  • Minneapolis Engine
  • Keck Gonnerman engine
  • 16 HP Advance
  • 20 HP Advance
  • Homer Holp's 16 HP Advance
  • Alvin Miller on Huber
  • Steam traction engine
  • Steam rig
  • Frick engine
  • Robert Bell engine pulling a George White

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