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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
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Courtesy of Miles A. Lusk, R. R. 3, Butler, Pennsylvania 16001
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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
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.

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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