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Courtesy of Roger West, editor.
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Threshing at Ilderton in 1981 courtesy of Charlies Mitchell, Clear Creek, RR #1, Ontario, Canada NOE 1CO.
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Courtesy of Clyde Costle, R.D. #5, Box 206, Wellsboro, PA 16901 who is grandson of the man with chin whiskers.
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Threshing at Spencer County Fair, Kentucky.
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Photo courtesy of Hank Steinmetz, Greenville, Ohio.

Jim Haley of 310 S. Franklin St., Dwight, IL 60420 sent us this
picture of Case engines in three sizes: The 50 HP is owned by the
Sam Haley family of Dwight, and is being engineered by Jim. The
-scale of a 65-HP Case is also Haley property. The 1/3-scale and
water wagon belong to Jerry Stine bring of Joliet, IL. Photo was
taken at the Haley farm during Steam Plowing Day in 1982.


Above is a sampling of stamps from different countries which
feature steam engines. The postage stamps were originally published
in Steaming Magazine, a British publication and are reprinted.

1908 photo taken at the old Will Bloom farm, below Ivan
Neal’s toward Wellsboro, Pennsylvania.

Making a 6 mile trip to Greenville from home to the Darke County
Steam Show on a 22 HP Advance engine, pulling a 36-62 A. D. Baker
separator is John J. Holp, Jr. of 7543 Delisle-Fourman Road,
Arcanum, Ohio 45304.

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