By Staff
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Glen hauling two Case engines from the Ozark Mountains to Indiana. In front is a 36 hp No. 25453, in rear 40 hp No. 32463. Glen is looking at you.
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A rare Cooper, bevel drive engine. Owned by a Mr. Bell, Schoolcraft, Mich., and displayed at the Allegan Thresher Meet in 1960.
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Saw mill scene of Allen Rader's in Portland, Michigan
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Pete Bruno and his old style 'Jumbo' pulling an O. S. Kelly separator at the Davenport Show in 1955.
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Mr. Morton P. Moe, R.D. 4, Mondovi, Wisconsin, sends us this picture of his 22 hp Minneapolis steamer, refueled, painted and in fine condition. He is standing on the platform and grandchildren on each side. This is on his farm in 1956.
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This little Rumely belongs to Bob Heautler, Parkville, Missouri. Looks like the boy means business.
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Mrs. John Winklers (90 years old) and myself and engine - not the one that I used to thresh for Mr. Winklers in 1911. I threshed for Winklers 50 years ago in 1911. This picture taken May 30, 1961, 4 miles west of Orrville, O.
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Float is equipped with a boiler and steam engine.
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Three scenes taken by Mr. Leo Clark, Washington, Illinois, on our Detroit trip. See Earlene's column. Top - Covered Bridge at Greenfield Village. Center - Waiting to enter Top Hat Club for dinner at Windsor, Canada. Bottom - Most of the folks on the Detro

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