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Courtesy of Edwin Toler, Route 1, Greenfield, Missouri 65661 Threshing at the 1965 Ozarks Steam Show near Springfield, Missouri.
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Courtesy of Robert Culshaw, Advertising Division, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 61611 Holt steam traction engine in Kenya, Africa about 1903.
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Courtesy of D. E. Rutter, 35 Newlands Lane, Chichester, Sussex, England Burrell Showman's Engine No. 3443 ''Lord of Nelson'' Built in 1913, owned by Montagu Motor Museum.
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Courtesy of Mr. Ross Rogers, Jr., Box 148, Sewickley, Pennsylvania This picture appeared in the December 7, 1965 issue of the Marietta, Ohio Times. It was entered by Mr. Steve Hoag, owner and manager of the Lafayette Hotel. He is a one man chamber of comm
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Courtesy of W. A. Kelley, 2011 Twin Elm, Rapid City, South Dakota 57701 This is the same engine as Picture 1 showing how they could get in close quarters with the tender. Picture taken on Miller farm west of Ayr, Nebraska.
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Courtesy of Willis Mercer, 3530 Harrison, Kansas City, Missouri 64109 Pictured is my 50 hp. Case Engine, Ser. No. 33108. This engine had always been shedded and had no rust or deterioration inside or out. After a new canopy, coal bunkers, cleaning and pai
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Courtesy of Willis Mercer, 3530 Harrison, Kansas City, Missouri 64109 This is my 16 hp. Minneapolis Ser. No. 8124. It took me ten months to shape this one up, but it is a real smooth running little engine. I am hoping one of your readers can tell me how o
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Courtesy of Joseph Bjerkvig, Zumbrota, Minnesota 55992 This is a threshing scene on the. Bjerkvig farm in Zumbrota twp., Goodhue Co., Minnesota, about 1909, and they are just finishing a setting of 4 stacks. The rig is a 15-18, compound Gaar Scott engine

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