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Front engine is a Case and the one in the back is The New Huber. Taken at Berryville, Virginia Show. Photograph by Roy Hartman. Courtesy of Roy R. Hartman, 32 Maryland Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C. 20028.
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Peerless double ''Z'' photo taken at the Berryville, Virginia show by Roy Hartman. Courtesy of Roy R. Hartman, 32 Maryland Ave., S.E., Washington D. C. 20028.
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Small steamer at the Burton, Ohio Meet. A water trough and blacksmith shop can be seen in rear. Courtesy of E. K. Beckwith, 235 E. School Street, Kent, Ohio 44240.
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This is my 25-65 Waterloo engine- It is almost finished just has to have the road gears. It runs perfectly. Picture is through the courtesy of Brantford Expositor. Sent in by Tom White, 201 Stanley St., Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.
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Two snapshots of the Burton Ohio Steam Meet in 1969. The upper picture shows a parade of field workers and the other picture is a part of the Historical Village. Pictures taken with 1905 box camera. Courtesy of E. K. Beckwith, 235 E. School Street, Kent,
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This is Larry Gilmore's Advance engine, threshing on Roy Meacham's farm in August of 1969. Larry is on engine and Roy is cleaning up around the machine. Vern Tennant is sacking grain. You ought to have seen Larry lean back and look when Roy would slip a f
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Just finished threshing wheat and oats on Roy Meachem's farm in August 1969. Larry Gilmore's engine, a 20 hp. Advance Rumely No. 15007 and Roy's 28'' x 46'' Huber Rotor Rock Separator. Larry is on his engine and Lewis Meacham at rear of wagon. Roy is in f
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America's truly old fashioned, home owned Super market. The original discount store for 40 years. Unique because of its many Antiques, Curios, and Coliactors' items. Rube says he bought a 1907 Case separator in Marysvale, Utah (was hunting deer). Hopes t
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Threshing wheat on Roy Meacham's farm in August of 1969. This is my 20 hp. Minneapolis engine, No. 8567 and Roy's separator, 28'' x 46'' Huber Rotor Rock. Larry Gitmore on engine and Roy is on separator. Courtesy of Lewis J. Meachem, Route 3, Chillicothe,
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Steam sawmill at the Berryville, Virginia Show. Photograph taken by Roy Hartman. Courtesy of Roy R. Hartman, 32 Maryland Ave., S.E., Washington, D. C. 20028.
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