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CASE 22-65
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Case center crank engine and Case 36 separator and a Case separate stacker of 1899 vintage. Courtesy of R. H. Blank of Walcott, Iowa.
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Thirty-five hp. Compound Advance. Taken in Sept., 1916 on the Thresherman's Main Street (Kemp Ave. W.), Watertown, S. Dak. Of course it was a busy Street for steam threshers, as it was in front of the Advance Thresher Company's Sales Office.

SCENE TAKEN AT THE 1952 MIAMI VALLEY STEAM THRESHERS.
ASSOCIATION REUNION. IT IS A CASE 22-65 PULLING AN EMERSON SIX
BOTTOM 14 INCH PLOWS. ELMER EGBERT AND HIS TWO SONS, JACK AND
ROGER, ARE OPERATING THE OUTFIT. ROGER IS ON THE PLOW AND JACK ON
THE ENGINE THIS WAS A BIG ATTRACTION AT THE MIAMI VALLEY
REUNION

H. M. Jones says he can remember the complaints of street damage
also to the lights that were hanging too low for the Dakota type
weigher and the tall smoke stacks.

To the left is Davey Jones, Randall, Minn., and right is H. M.
Jones of Little Falls, Minn., who sent picture.

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