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| July/August 1976

  • 10 HP Frick traction engine
    The picture of a 10 HP Frick traction engine bearing serial number 3610, purchased by Mr. Hovetter's father from Frick Co., Waynesboro, Pa. in 1884, and which served him until 1901. Courtesy of W. J. Eshleman, 722 East End Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 17602
    W. J. Eshleman
  • Patent, band cutter and feeder'
    Patent of the band cutter and feeder. [See article on this cutter in Sept.-Oct. 1975 I.M.A. under the title ''Some Notes From Michigan''. J Mr. Dodd's daughter tells us her father developed this before he could vote and all he had was a 7th grade educatio
    Lee W. Dodd
  • Case Engine
    Here is a very nice Case, year 1913, 110 HP, No. 28390. This engine is owned by Reg Lambe of Claresholm, Alta., shown on the left, next to him is Dave Glass of Calgary, Alta., and on Dave's left and standing next to the engine is Harvey Walter, also of C
    Arlo Jurney
  • Steam Sawmill
    Clarence Bockman from Klemme, Iowa took this picture in May 1917 when they were setting up this steam sawmill near Portland, Oregon. Win. Bockman, 2nd from right in picture is his father who was shooting at wild game. The Bookman's grandfather homesteaded
    Herbert Reese
  • Buffalo-Pitts traction engine
    A photo of my Buffalo-Pitts traction engine, Shop No. 9587, single cylinder 8 5/8'' x 10'', approximately 8-1/2 tons. I'd like to find out about this engine as much as possible, especially to painting, transfers, etc. Courtesy of Colin Wear, 23 Arlewis St
    Colin Wear
  • 80 HP Case Steamer
    This picture was taken during the 1975 Reunion. The steamer is a, 80 HP Case, owned by Tom Anderson of Three Hills, Alta. The operators are pictured - George I Dunlap, Saskatoon, Sask. [on the left], and Mick Smeltzer, Ogema, Sask. They are waiting for
    Arlo Jurney

  • 10 HP Frick traction engine
  • Patent, band cutter and feeder'
  • Case Engine
  • Steam Sawmill
  • Buffalo-Pitts traction engine
  • 80 HP Case Steamer


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