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Courtesy of Lewis J. Meachem, Route 3, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601. The year of this picture is 1913 of Harry Duhl ready to start the threshing of wheat, oats, barley and rye, clover and timothy. This was in Jackson and Pike county and part of Sciato County.
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Courtesy of G. A. Humann, Box 396, Gerber, California 96035. Paul Humann, age 16 wearing engineers cap, cracks the throttle on the 1908 Advance with two trailers in tow loaded with some sixty people during April 1962 show. Man in bib overalls is a visitin
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Courtesy of Herbert St. Clair, R.R. 2, Mansion, Wisconsin 53948. This is a little engine that I built out of odds and ends. The frame is from a silo filler, also the front wheels. The rear wheels are Model T. The engine is a two cylinder reversible. The c
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Courtesy of J. R. Connor, R. R. 2, Haubstadt Indiana 47613. My brother, Earl, on the old 36 x 56, 09 box. Peoria Weigher Wood Bros, feeder and Farmers Friend blower, geared. (These pictures are not too good, I know, but Elmer can look at them and he knows
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Courtesy of John J. Plant, 2548 Ohio St., Michigan City, Indiana 46360. It is a pictures of a little steam engine I recently purchased from Henry McMillan, Galva, Illinois.
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Courtesy of John J. Plant, 2548 Ohio St., Michigan City, Indiana 46360. It is a pictures of a little steam engine I recently purchased from Henry McMillan, Galva, Illinois.
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Courtesy of John J. Plant, 2548 Ohio St., Michigan City, Indiana 46360. It is a pictures of a little steam engine I recently purchased from Henry McMillan, Galva, Illinois.

Pictured I. to r. Everett Weese, water wagon; Cliff Dillinger
and Ralph Whoover, feeders; Harry Duhl, owner. Children are Orley,
Gertrude standing; Lucille sitting on tool box. Orie Weese standing
on top of thresher. They are the children of Harry Duhl. This
engine saw a lot of road. Notice drive wheels have been recleated.
Threshing run was around Whaley Town, Cove Glade, White Gravel,
Beaver, Ohio.

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