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| November/December 1966

  • Neil Miller
    Courtesy of Earl J. Robinson, Collins, Iowa 50055. At Mr. & Mrs. Neil Miller's picnic dinner, Neil holds a decorated cake as he proudly poses beside his newly assembled Case 50. This boiler is shown on page 16 of the March-April 1966 issue of the Album. S
    Earl J. Robinson
  • Flint
    Courtesy of Miles A. Lusk, R. R. 3, Butler, Pennsylvania 16001
    Miles A. Lusk
  • Birdsell Huller
    Courtesy of Mr. W. C. Kuhl, Jr.464 So. 5th. St., Sebewaing, Michigan 48759. This No. 9 Birdsell Huller owned by W. A. Kuhl, Sebewaing, Michigan. Junior Kuhl and Carl Buehler are standing in front of the huller. This was taken a mile west of Snell School n
    W. C. Kuhl
  • 22 HP Coal Burner
    Courtesy of Frank S. York, R. D. 4, Three Rivers, Michigan Frank S. York and son, Stephen. Taken - Sept. 15, 1960. 22 HP coal burner, Advance Engine on sawmill.
    Frank S. York
  • 21-75 Baker Engine
    Courtesy of Mr. W. C. Kuhl, Jr. 464 So. 5th. St., Sebewaing, Michigan 48759. A 21-75 Baker Engine owned and operated by Russel Kettler, Oakley, Michigan. They were working on the fan at the Saginaw Live Steam Meet at Imly City, Michigan in August, 1964.
    W. C. Kuhl
  • 30 x 50 Greyhound
    Courtesy of Mr. W. C. Kuhl, Jr., 464 So. 5th. St., Sebewaing, Mich. 48759. Here is a picture of a 30 x 50 Greyhound owned by W.A. Kuhl, Sebewaing, Michigan. They were threshing wheat mile east of Gage town, Michigan in August, 1937. Roland Wood is standin
    W. C. Kuhl
  • 16 HP Peerless Engine
    Courtesy of Mr. Homer Prudom, Fairport, New York. This engine was pulled from Canandaigua Lake after being there 23 or 24 years. It was a 15 or 16 HP Peerless. It was very badly broken, no chance of restoration.
    Homer Prudom

  • Neil Miller
  • Flint
  • Birdsell Huller
  • 22 HP Coal Burner
  • 21-75 Baker Engine
  • 30 x 50 Greyhound
  • 16 HP Peerless Engine

I have several steam engines, boilers, etc. including the beautiful engine Mr. Flint from Marienville, Pa. (one-armed lumberman) had - a 2 inch Case traction engine, 31' long 4-6-2 line steam railroad locomotive - a pre 1900 car engine with a friction drive, etc. As we will be doing lots of traveling and buying, I don't know if I can bring any over this year. I want to mount my boiler and a couple engines on a trailer so I can take to the Meets, but haven't got time to get ready for this year. I got an 18' x 30' boiler from a pants pressing outfit in a cleaners shop that is made from ' plate that should last for years on these small engines. I also have a nice collection of whistles, checks, blow offs, oilers and 50 or 60 pounds of stainless valves and fittings up to inch.

I am kind of anxious to get to the meet as after getting the Album for some time, you almost know all the family. I had a couple visitors from Millersville the other day and they were fine folks.

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