George Neal and his Nichols & Shepard. Courtesy of George Neal, Easton, Maryland 21601
D. A. coppock
Harley coppock threshing outfit taken in 1908.Harley is standing on the Gaar-Scott engine, keck gonnerman separator .This type of threshing in miami country, Ohio was called ''Barn Threshing.'' Notice the back of the separator feeder, tobacco hanging for
D. A. coppock
Russell and Hazel Sams of Miamisburg, Ohio provided the highly tooled and nicely painted ''Steamer'' and its Kiddy-Clustered Water Tender. The Engine was used to power several of the Steam Show displays.
Bill Sexton of Jackson, Ohio Rt. 4, was the winner of the First Prize Fiddlin' Trophy in the Steam Show Saturday night ''Play-offs.''
Larry Nichols, Leo, is shown astride Betsy while wrench-in-hand Wetzel Dempsey of Ray, Rt. 1, will be ''a little while'' before making his bicycle tour of the Steam Show grounds complete.
The sacked grain heads for the granary via truck and the residue of straw will eventually be baled for use as mulch or bedding for animals. Host Ray Meacham is atop the Threshing Machine supervising the sacking and threshing operation.
The picture is a Case 50 HP that my brother, Dewey, and I have owned for well over fifty years. We've only used it to play with since 1948, but it had many days of service until then. This was taken at the Ozark Steam Engine Show, September 17, 1975. Cour
Carl B. Erwin
Picture - worked as a spike pitcher hauling bundles. That is my nephew, James Border [deceased] standing in wheel. Engine man is unknown. The engine looks like an old Russell, but I'm not sure.
Above are two pictures that I took way back in 1919 near Pingree, North Dakota. Picture is a lousy shot but it is a huge Avery and I thought you might like it. Courtesy of Clyde D. Border, 1473 Westgate Drive, Apartment 1, Kissimmee, Florida 32741
Clyde D. Border