POST CARD


| September/October 1970

  • W. J. Coonrod, Susan Kreutner'
    W. J. Coonrod and his granddaughter, Susan Kreutner make up the team of the oldest and youngest engineers at the Mt. Pleasant Old Settlers Reunion. Susan, who is fourteen years of age has been running an engine for the past three years and made an unusual
    Harry Hall
  • Herman Hintge
    Elevating grain at Kings, Illinois, with mule power. Herman Hintge with oil can. Courtesy of Edmund A. Schott, 2203 Montaque Road, Rockford, Illinois 61102.
    Edmund A. Schott
  • Steam threshing scene
    Steam threshing scene from The North Central Illinois Steam Power Show at Kings, Illinois. Courtesy of Edmund A. Schott, 2203 Montaque Road, Rockford, Illinois 61102.
    Edmund A. Schott
  • Water Wheel Sawmill
    Water Wheel Sawmill and six mule team activity provided by Mr. R. S. Rogers, Jr. at Antique Acres Steam and Gas Engine Show, Bomar Gardens, Cheraw, South Carolina, April 10, 11,12, 1970. Courtesy of Denis McCormack, 404 W. Timonium Road, Baltimore, Maryla
    Denis McCormack
  • Steam locomotive
    Reading's 2124, thrilled hundreds of men, women and children who enjoyed riding behind a steam locomotive. She is now retired at Steamtown, Bellows Falls, Vermont. This picture was taken last September. This is a stereoscope picture. If you will cut it o
    Clinton H. Atkinson
  • Steam locomotive
    Reading's 2124, thrilled hundreds of men, women and children who enjoyed riding behind a steam locomotive. She is now retired at Steamtown, Bellows Falls, Vermont. This picture was taken last September. This is a stereoscope picture. If you will cut it o
    Clinton H. Atkinson

  • W. J. Coonrod, Susan Kreutner'
  • Herman Hintge
  • Steam threshing scene
  • Water Wheel Sawmill
  • Steam locomotive
  • Steam locomotive

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