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| March/April 1989

  • 1922 75 HP Case
    This 1922 75 HP Case, serial number 35468, is owned and restored by Lawrence Ankenbauer, Kenmare, ND.
  • Waterloo 22 HP

    Jack C. Norbeck
  • 60 HP Case
    Randy E. Schwerin, R 2, Sumner, IA 50674, sent this photo.
    Randy E. Schwerin
  • Steam
    Photo courtesy of Ralph Najarian, 35 Pueblitos Rd., Belen, NM 87002.
    Ralph Najarian
  • Advance-Rumely steam engine
    An Advance-Rumely steam engine photographed by H. W. Legg, freelance photographer, Rt #1, Box 78, Osceola, NE 68651.
    H. W. Legg
  • 16 HP 1910 Huber
    Henry Dull of Box 73, Alum Bank, PA 15521 sends this picture of his 16 HP 1910 Huber.
    Henry Dull
  • A 19-65 Keck Gonnerman
    David Dunn of 5586 No. 7 Schoolhouse Road, Georgetown, OH 45121 sends this picture.
    David Dunn
  • # Picture 01


  • 1922 75 HP Case
  • Waterloo 22 HP
  • 60 HP Case
  • Steam
  • Advance-Rumely steam engine
  • 16 HP 1910 Huber
  • A 19-65 Keck Gonnerman
  • # Picture 01

Photo taken at Norwich and District Historical Society's Show at Norwich, Ontario by Jack C. Norbeck, author of Encyclopedia of American Steam Traction Engines and included in the 3rd revised edition.

Waterloo 22 HP steam traction engine built in 1925 by the Waterloo Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Ontario and owned by R.D. Rettinger of Ontario, Canada. See article about the Waterloo firm in this issue

Some Kinda Canopy!

Saying, 'I would like to dedicate the above picture to all my engine buddies from Michigan that are of the opinion that canopies are only good for 'hog coops'. What do you think, fellas, ain't she a dandy?' Engine is a 60 HP Case, #23712. Gentleman on the left is the late Frank 'Puffy' Schaffer, owner of the engine; man at right is unknown.

This steam driven gold dredge now sits around in Gigiville, just south west of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. She saw her duty during the turn of the century Klondike gold rush along Bonanza Creek which flows swiftly behind her.



A 19-65 Keck Gonnerman #1873 built in 1930. The thresher is a Red River Special built in 1936 and equipped with new five rib tires. Sitting on the tank is restorer and owner, Dunn. Does anyone know, he wonders, if engine #1874, the last one built, is still around?

Steve Davis of RD 2, Box 842, W. Winfield, NY 13491 found the glass plate negative for this print in his attic, and printed it. The photo was apparently taken by an amatesur photographer who owned the Davis farm in the late 1800's until about 1920. Davis reports that he has never seen another steamer like this one and he would very much like to hear if someone can identity it. He feels certain that the picture was taken in the W. winfield, N.Y. area.