By Staff
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Touring the grounds is the 16 HP Huber owned by Henry Dull, Alum Bank, Pennsylvania. This is at Williams Grove Park, Mechanicsburg, Penna.
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An interesting picture of many years ago. Courtesy of B. E. Gleason, Lansing, Michigan.
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90 HP 1922 Baker owned by John Farrell, Honeoye Falls, New York, who with his engineer Roland Amedick, Darien Center, M. Y. have shut down for lunch. Western New York Show.
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What a line of Case steamers! A 110, 80, 65, 50 and 6 HP portable. All of these engines have been completely rebuilt. Expenses were no object in their restoration by the Richardsons. Picture taken on property of the Riverside Lumber Company, Orofino, Idah
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Picture shows off a 1911 Avery Undermounted owned by Herb Conley, Etters, Pennsylvania.
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1'' scale boiler room built by Miles Miller, R. D. 6, Meadville, Pennsylvaniaat the Western New York Show.
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''Power Line'' at Williams Grove Reunion, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
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Allen Baker of Missouri stands beside his M. Rumely engine, No. 2933, 15 HP rear-mounted. He has had the engine for 52 years and he got it from a man named Edson Merril. He says the engine was built before 1900. Courtesy of Bill Lamb, Oak Lawn Farm, Rout
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Dick Wise edges shingles at Western New York Show.
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The picture above shows my late husband, Arthur Worthington, in the parade at the Old Settlers and Threshers Association Reunion, Mount Pleasant, Iowa in 1965 on his 4 HP model steam engine which he made. Years ago my husband engineered and used an Advanc
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