POST CARDS

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Courtesy of Frank H. Warnock, 422 Euclid Ave., Peoria, Illinois 61614. Model of New Salem (where Lincoln kept store). This was at the Peoria Steam & Model Show, June 1969.
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Courtesy of Frank H. Warnock, 422 Euclid Ave., Peoria, Illinois 61614 Model Sawmill made by Orville Waddell of East Peoria. Picture was taken at the Peoria Engine & Model Show, June 28,1969.
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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson, Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301. Mount Washington Cog Railway engine ''Tip Top'' Number 5 with car Number 7 climbs with ease the 37.5% grade near summit of Mt. Washington, 6293 feet up.
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Courtesy of Lloyd A. Lehman, 2201 Bloomington, E. Peoria, Illinois 61611. That's me on a small steam traction engine I built, using a Shipman water tube boiler. It had been used on an automatic steam power plant for the farmer about 1900, kerosene fired.
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Courtesy of Emil F. Svanda, Box Ill, Davis Junction, Illinois 61020 George W. Hedtke of Davis Juntion, Illinois, President of the North Central Illinois Steam Power Show, Inc. stands at the front wheel of his 110 Hp. Case steam engine. The engine weighs
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Top cut shows sectional view of the ''Leader'' coal burner or combination which can be readily changed for burning straw.
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Courtesy of Robert Rogers, Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C. 29520. This 50 hp. Peerless with cleats removed, is used in parades. It will pull wagons loaded with hay and children, April 10-11-12,1970 at Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C.
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Engine Side 25 hp. ''LEADER'' Road Locomotive. The powerful construction of the Leader traction engines make them peculiarly fitted for heavy hauling where great endurance is required. Built for burning wood, coal or straw.
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Bottom cut shows sectional view of the ''Leader'' Straw Burner Boiler.
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Courtesy of Clinton H. Atkinson, Box 37, Penacook, New Hampshire 03301. Mount Washington Cog Railway engine ''Tip Top'' Number 5 with car Number 7 climbs with ease the 37.5% grade near summit of Mt. Washington, 6293 feet up.

This is a stereoscope picture. If you will cut it on the heavy
lines and paste on light cardboard with rubber cement you will have
a three dimensional picture you can view in an old fashioned type
stereoscope viewer.

This is a stereoscope picture. If you will cut it on the heavy
lines and paste on light cardboard with rubber cement you will have
a three dimensional picture you can view in an old fashioned type
stereoscope viewer.

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