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M. Rumely engine at the S. W. Wisconsin Antique Power Show in August 1971 at Boscobel, Wisconsin. Courtesy of Patrick Mullarkey, 5242 S. 13th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221.
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Two old Amish friends and their Case 50 taken at the Maryland Steam Historical Society Meet on September 14,1957. Courtesy of James M. Barnhart, 3746 Winter Garden Road, Orlando, Florida 32805.
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PROBABLY the most popular ride at Threshing Bee at Adams, Tenn., recently was the two-calf cart, handled by Gary Acree of Dover and driven by Miss Sherry Gregory. Mike Smith has the driver's lash and in the background many of the large steam-driven machin
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''The Whistles of Noontime Blow'' at Maryland Steam Historical Society Meet on September 14,1957. Courtesy of James M. Barnhart, 3746 Winter Garden Road, Orlando, Florida 32805.
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Is The Manitoba Agriculture Museum's 110 HP Case. The engine is in fairly good working order.
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Is a 75 Case Manitoba Agriculture Museum. My Uncle and I restored this engine. Picture taken before the grandstand during our threshing on test, steam versus gas. My Uncle is standing on the back of the engine. Courtesy of Jack W. Beamish, Box 271, Hamio
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Is 75 Case. We had new water tenders and coal bunkers built several years ago. Picture taken early October 1971.
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Is My Uncle (Doug Beamish) and his 65 HP Case in Red River special separator threshing in the fall of 1970 at Hamiota.
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Picture of my 19 Port Huron pulling my Reeves sawmill in August 1952. It is sawing a cottonwood log that a 56 inch saw wouldn't reach through. Courtesy of Amos A. Post, Route 2, Lewistown, Illinois 61542.
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Lyman and 1890 6 Hp. Russell in the shop in winter of 1953. Note the look of anticipation one gets by grasping that steering wheel. Courtesy of Lyman Knapp, Blackwell, Oklahoma 74631.
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At top is a Case engine at work. Bottom photo must be the same Case after being loaded on the truck bed. (No caption givenj-1'd say the fellows all seem to be proud up there posing with the engine Anna Mae. Courtesy of Archie Stevens, Millville, Minnesota
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My 75 Case, No. 17997. Courtesy of Richard Rorvig, Rothsay, Minnesota 56579.
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Parading before the grandstands at Mt. Pleasant at one of the Reunions. Courtesy of A. M. Wettach, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641.
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A threshing scene at Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Wm. G. Holler's 18 HP Keck. Mengie Kemmerling is holding the mike of a tape recorder close to the smoke stack. Courtesy of Dee Quick, R. R. 1, Eldorado, Illinois 62930.
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Ready for parade at Mount Pleasant-20 Hp. Minneapolis, Wm. Sater; 20 Hp. Woods, Bill Seybs of Donnellson, Iowa and a 20 Hp. Reeves, L. A. Hanson of Rolf, Iowa. Courtesy of A. M. Wettach, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641.
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