Pictured is my 1911 75 HP Case. The day I took the picture it was snowing hard. We have had lots of snow so far this winter. (Bob is seeking information on this engine as to serial numbers, see WANT ads in back.) Courtesy of Bob McMillan, Box 52, Miami, M
Keck Outfit Homeward Bound. 18 HP engine and 28'' thresher, both Keck Gonnerman's head west to Walt Townsend's after 2 days of threshing at Geff Frontier Days. Walter Hale at the controls. Walter and Dale Gammon, both of Louisville took care of the outfit
An old time threshing scene near Lindsborg, Kansas about 1900. The engine is a 14 HP Minneapolis, return-flue, owned by Gust Bjorn. The gang are John Severson, O. Falon, J. Esping, F. Swenson, S. Johnson, W. Anderson, Albin Forsberg, Fred Erickson, and W.
The enclosed picture was taken by my home, 2036 Prospect Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin on December 25,1977 at 1:00 P.M. It was 10° below zero. The snow was deep, the going was tough, but the engine was tougher. It is much more fun hauling kids at the v
This hearty threshing crew was photographed about 1900 near Minto, Walsh County, North Dakota. We think it is one of the best pictures of its kind. It shows the dinner break for harvest hands around the self-propelled steam engine that powered their thres