POST CARD

By Staff
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Courtesy of Howard Camp, Newnan, Georgia 30263. If the readers of the Iron Men will forgive me, I solemn swear, 'I'LL NEVER USE THE WORD RUMELY AGAIN, (THIS IS A PROMISE)' in describing my Advance again. Here is my 'ADVANCE' built arou
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Courtesy of Mr. Carl A. Reichert, Niobrara, Nebraska. In this picture I am doing the welding.
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Courtesy of Lauren D. Christy, 804 Gillette Avenue, Gillette, Wyoming 82716. Two of the Morse brothers changing; the counter-shaft on 25-75 Case Number 13489. Quote Charley, 'Some job!'
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Courtesy of Mr. Carl A. Reichert, Niobrara, Nebraska. Here it is all finished except to make the cab and tank.
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Courtesy of Mr. P. E. Rowley, R. D., Holcomb, New York 14469. This is a picture of an upright hay press that I worked on in 1914. I am standing on a bale in back of the team. The owners Willard Caskey is setting on the ladder. The man leaning on the side
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Courtesy of Miss Elizabeth Bee forth, Box 317, Water down, Ontario, Canada. This is of my father, Mr. William Beeforth, standing beside this Waterloo hand feed separator which was built in 1878. Although he has only purchased this machine several years ag
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Courtesy of Mr. Carl A. Reichert, Niobrara, Nebraska. Here is a picture of the first boiler that I made in 1962. It was 9 ft. long and the firebox was 15 inside. I didn't think it was big enough for the engine so I sold it to Harry Laha of St. Cloud, Minn
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Courtesy of Dell Ballinger, Norton, Kansas # 1 67654. This post card was taken in 1912 at the farm home of Del 1 Ballinger just north of Norton, Kansas. It is a J. I. Case threshing machine operating on his farm 4 miles north of Norton. Dell is on separat
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Courtesy of Ronald Miller, RFD 3, Geneseo, Illinois. Burlington Route 2-8-2 #4960 leaving the Moline-Rock Island, Illinois area with an excursion train for the last time April 24, 1966. This engine was built by Baldwin in 1923 (Shop No. 56809) and has 27
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Courtesy of Dell Ballinger, Norton, Kansas :# 1 67654. This is a Deering Header 12 ft. taken in 1915 on the Dell Ballinger farm with Dell on horse-drawn or push-type header.
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