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The picture is from the collection of A. M. Shannon. It is the late W. M. Triplett of Curryville, Missouri, threshing in Kansas. He used to make the run yearly. His wife and family would accompany him. His wife would run the cook shack. The picture is 70
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Pictured at top is my red Stanley Steamer. It was shown at many steam meets back East for the past four years, but I recently sold it to the America Road Museum in Newport News, Virginia. The Stanley was a 1910 10 HP and it proved to be a very good car, b
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CaA nice Russell-picture taken at Steam Convention at Platte City, Missouri in the early 1960s. Courtesy OF M. M. Glenn, 8625 West 60th Street Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66202
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My current antique car is the 1909 Cadillac. Courtesy of Joseph Delfave, 2951 Van Sansul, San Jose, California 95128.
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Geiser Peerless ''D'' 4 hp. It was built in February 1905. It was kept in stock until June 1905 when it was sold to a man in North Carolina. Courtesy of Earl L. Smith of U. S. A. of Yesterday Americana Museum on US 27, Dundee, Florida 33838.
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My Baker 20-80 engine at Vicksburg, Michigan on their 100th Anniversary. Tom Smith called this the Century Model shipped from factory at Swanton, Ohio on September 24,1914. Destination about 20 miles East of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Courtesy of Lew Rinehol
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Threshing scene taken at the A. J. Smith Farm near Little Falls, Minnesota. Courtesy of Arnold Pierson, 416-3rd Street S. W., Little Falls, Minnesota 56345.
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25-85 Nichols & Shepard engine at the S. W. Wisconsin Antique Power Show in August 1971 at Boscobel, Wisconsin. Courtesy of Patrick Mullarkey, 5242 S. 13th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221.
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15-45 HP Case engine at the S. W. Wisconsin Antique Power Show in August of 1971 at Boscobel, Wisconsin. Courtesy of Patrick Mullarkey, 5242 S. 13th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221.

It was located and acquired from Mr. Will Harmon of Sugar Grove,
North Carolina by Robert L. Johnson for USA of Yesterday Museum of
Florida.

Robert L. Johnson owns and operates Whistles in the Woods Museum
at Rossville, Georgia.

The little fellow on the trailer did not like to follow the
hundred horses ahead of us in the parade (didn’t want to get
his feet dirty) so we had to put him in the buggy.

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