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Courtesy of Lester Lee, Cross Creek, Pennsylvania A 20 hp. Kitten Engine owned by Fred McCoy, Blacksville, West Virginia. Shown at Tri-State Historical Steam Engine Ass'n Inc. Reunion Sept. 16-17.
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Courtesy of H. C. Etchison, R. 4, Savannah, Missouri 64485 This is our sawmill. It is a No. 1 Russell and 18 H.P. D.C. Frick sawing at Rochester, Missouri, in the winter of 1960.
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Courtesy of H. C. Etchison, R. 4, Savannah, Missouri 64485 This is our sawmill at Rochester, Missouri, April 22, 1966. It is a No. 1 Russell, 3 block mill sawing large cottonwood log 20 feet long. It made over 1100feetoflumber. 56inch Atkins saw.
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Courtesy of Jason Cline, R.F.D. 1, Oak Grove, Mo. 64075 Threshing at Haston St. Clair's farm on July 17, 1966. The engine is a 13 H.P. Reeves owned by Haston St. Clair. The separator is a 28 x 48 Avery. Jason Cline is on the separator.
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Courtesy of Dave Chambers, 340 West Oak Street, West Lafayette, Ind. 47906 On page 3 of the January-February 1966 (Volume 20 - No. 3) Iron Men appeared a picture of this same 13 H.P. Russell, all covered with snow. On September 27, 1959, I photographed th
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Courtesy of S. W. Sararas, New Dundee, Ontario, Canada This is a 26-76 Cock O the North threshing wheat, Rocanville, Saskatchewan. Tank man gone for water. A gold watch went through that fire box 10.9. Jim Lockhart, engineer, looked around. It slipped dow
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Courtesy of Miles A. Lusk, R. R. 2, Knox, Pennsylvania 16232 These are some of my engines and live steam railroad locomotives.
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Courtesy of W. A. Kelley, 201 Twin Elm, Rapid City, South Dakota 57701 This is a picture given me by my Uncle W. A. Kelley. It was taken as he was moving the outfit to the State Fair Grounds at Grand Forks, North Dakota. He was working for the Avery Compa
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Courtesy of W. A. Kelley, 2011 Twin Elm, Rapid City, South Dakota 57701 This is a picture given me by my Uncle W. A. Kelley. It was taken at North Dakota Fairgrounds. At the time my Uncle was working for the Avery Company at Grand Forks, North Dakota.
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Courtesy of Mike Karrels, R. R. 1, Box 462, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952 A miniature steam traction engine which I built in 1930 at a cost of not more than $15.00.
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Courtesy of Pearl B. Sawyer, Gibson City, Illinois My 65 Case steam engine, built in 1915. I also have. 40 x 64 Red River Separator and both are in good condition. That's me beside the engine - picture taken on August 14, 1966 and I am 86.

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