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By Staff
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Here is a picture of a 30 - 60 A. T. Engine, 212, and a 30-60 A. T. Seperator in 1921. It was the first A. T. ever unloaded at Minot, North Dakota in 1912.
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This engine was built from old scrap. The boiler was bought. It is used in parades through the summer.
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The junk men didn't get all of this one! They tried to break up the boiler with dynamite and it is interesting to see what happened. The tractor was used on an old mine and I believe it to be a Nichols and Shepard.
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Reunion Gems 'BUT MOTHER-HE'S SHOWING ME HOW TO RUN THE ENGINE.
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This picture of a 20 HP Reeves Engine was taken in 1931.
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This picture was taken an the Arvid Larsen farm near Marathon, Iowa in 1931.My brother-in-law, Perry Byam, is on the engine. He was the water hauler.
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Here is a picture of my old Westinghouse, 12 HP.
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A picture of my 65 Case threshing in 1949.
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This is a picture of one of my Titan's at the Grantsburg Fair.
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Here is a picture of the Russell Engine I bought and is still in Tennessee.

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