THE MOUNT PLEASANT ENGINEERS. THEY WERE A VERY EFFICIENT AND OBEDIENT GROUP. THAT'S WHAT MAKES A REUNION A SUCCESS. PHOTO BY T. H. SMITH, JOLIET, ILLINOIS.
T. H. SMITH
Here is another monster. The 110 hp. Case at the Wichita Reunion. The nice thing about an engine like that is that you don't need to stop for a brick house. Photo by Louise Mooney
The Heider Tractor at the Mt. Pleasant Reunion. We do not have further data on this tractor but it was in wonderful restored condition. Photo by T. H. Smith
T. H. Smith
Louis David and his 40 hp. Avery Under mounted taken at the 1953 Montpelier, Ohio, reunion. If you have not seen it you have no idea of the immensity of the thing. That is Louis with his hat off to her. Most anybody would
The Miniature Train that did a landslide business at the Pontiac Reunion. This is one of the nicest outfits you ever laid eyes on. We may have some data on it later