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| March/April 1970

  • 22-65 Case
    My Father's (Virgil Stierwalt, deceased) 22-65 Case after falling thru highway bridge over Pennsylvania RR tracks one mile north of Gosport, Indiana in fall of 1916. The engine was pulling clover huller with steel tongue and the huller was thrown over top
    Emil F. Svanda
  • 20 hp NICHOLS SHEPARD
    This is me, Ernest Williams of pleasant view, Tennesse, sitting on this 1/3 actual size of a 20 hp NICHOLS SHEPARD. I made most every piece of this engine, even the boiler. I have a little Hammer Mill I grind corn meal on; you can see it in operation this
  • Several steam engines, separators, old gas tractors'
    A similar view with the Ruhland Bros. International pulling the load over the course. Sponsored by the Scott-Carver Old Thresher's Association, the event featured several steam engines, separators, old gas tractors, lath mill, shingle mill, dray saw and o
    Florian C. Karl
  • A D Baker tractor
    The working model of the ''big ones'' hooks up onto an A D Baker tractor, but they're only funnin' for the benefit of the crowds that attended the Old Tractor Show on the Warren Leland farm where the Early Days Gasoline Engine and Tractor Ass'n was held.
    Lew Rineholt
  • Horses and water wagon
    The Alfred Wermerskirchen Belgian team of horses and water wagon which helped supply water for the thirsty steamers. The month old colt kept close to its mother. Driver is Ronald Wermerskirchen. Courtesy of Florian C. Karl, Box 15, Jordan, Minnesota 55352
    Florian C. Karl
  • Ed Vogel hauling Pinto beans
    Ed Vogel hauling Pinto beans to Buhl 6 miles. 8 head horses and 9 mules pulling three wagons loaded with sacks of beans. 1965. Courtesy of Ed Vogel Buhl, Idaho 83316
    Ed Vogel Buhl
  • Mule and wagon ride
    Youngsters enjoying a mule and wagon ride around the exhibits on the Hendrichs farm on August 30,1969. Courtesy of Orville A. Hendrich, Route 1, Box 334, Palmyra, Indiana 57164, and with the permission of The Corydon Democrat newspaper of Corydon, Indiana
    Orville A. Hendrich
  • 22 hp. Keck-Gonnerman
    My son, William, standing beside my 22 hp. Keck-Gonnerman. Courtesy of Orville Hendrich, Route 1, Box 334, Palmyra, Indiana 57164.
    Orville Hendrich
  • Little Monarch
    Mrs. ''B'' shows off the little Monarch in the back yard. Courtesy of Frank J. Burris, 35640 Avenue F, Yucaipa, California
    Frank J. Burris
  • Old fashioned rope making
    Old fashioned rope making was demonstrated as shown in the above picture. This was at my show August 30, 1969. Courtesy of Orville A. Hendrich, Route 1, Box 334, Palmyra, Indiana 57164, and with the permission of The Corydon Democrat newspaper of Corydon,
    Orville A. Hendrich
  • 22 hp. engine
    Orville Hendrich grew up with the steam farm machinery. Once a year he demonstrates his 22 hp. engine which he keeps in mint condition. Others with old equipment bring them to the farm just north of Palmyra and everyone is invited to see the demonstration
    Orville A. Hendrich
  • A threshing scene
    A threshing scene at the event. Courtesy of Florian C. Karl, Box 15, Jordan, Minnesota 55352, and with the permission of the Jordan Independent newspaper.
    Florian C. Karl

  • 22-65 Case
  • 20 hp NICHOLS SHEPARD
  • Several steam engines, separators, old gas tractors'
  • A D Baker tractor
  • Horses and water wagon
  • Ed Vogel hauling Pinto beans
  • Mule and wagon ride
  • 22 hp. Keck-Gonnerman
  • Little Monarch
  • Old fashioned rope making
  • 22 hp. engine
  • A threshing scene

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