SIXINCH SCALE MODEL OF A CASE TRACTION BUILT BY A.C. OTTO OF SANDWICH, ILL. SEELETTERBYMR. OTTO ON THE MODEL MAKERS PAGE.
Mr. J. M. Barnhart of Quakertown Hospital, Quakertown, Pa., sends us this picture of Charley Harrison's collection of engines. Two of them are not in the picture. Charley lives at R. D. 3, Fredericktown, Ohio
Mr. J. M. Barnhart
Gerald Kramer of Eaton, Ohio. A Junior member and a young mechanic of the Kramer Bros. I'll bet he is more interested than the senior members. Looks like an interesting machine but we have no details about it.
Mr. W. H. Elwood of 209 King St., Ithaca, N. Y., sends us this picture of a scale model Frick steel thresher belted to a scale model Buffalo Pitts steamer. This is his own handiwork which is certainly outstanding. This is also a Model way of taking a phot
Mr. W. H. Elwood
Courtesy of C.D.McConn, 2036 Prospect Street, La Cross, Wisconsin.
M. G. Graham
40hp.Case No.32463 owned by Glen J. Brutus, Pine Village, Ind. His family comes out to admire. Pretty nice I mean family and engine
M. G. Graham
Courtesy of Gilmar Johnson, Frederic, Wic.
The rear view of Dr. Graham's George White traction. It is a rear mount Dr. Graham has these complimentary remarks about the ALBUM. We Canadians enjoy the ALBUM too. I find you have a great many friends on the side of the border. Steam threshing engines a
Here is a young business executive, Hall Ottaway,702So., Hillside, Wichita 17, Kansas selling subscriptions for the IRON-MEN ALBUM at the second Reunion of the Tri State Branch of the Antique Engine and Thresher Association, 1954. We expect Hal to be on t
Breaking new ground with Case 60, May 27th, 1954. Pulling a
McCormick Deering breaker on the Gilmar Johnson farm, Frederic,
Wis. In picture, left to right, Joe Pangerl, Pine City, Minn., J.
A. Hansen, Luck, Wis. On the engine, Dale Halonie, Webster, Wis.,
Eddie Marek, Frederic, Wis., Dan Booth, E. Ellsworth, Wis. All are
ALBUM subscribers. 'Gil' says, ''Birds of a
M. G. Graham of Dutton, Ontario, Canada, sends us these two
pictures of a White steam traction. Mr. Graham is an M. D., and
says this about himself: 'Just a country doctor who has a
weakness for steam.' Two things the editor observed-It was a
Dr. Graham who brought the editor into the world, he is dead now so
let that be a lesson to you M. G.-The other is this Dr. writes like
all the other Drs. as though they were making a prescription, brief
and hard to read. The doctor surely looks handy on that monster and
since it is thirty years old he would have to be a good
Walter Culp has just balanced his engine on the Teeter-Totter.
That is a good job, Walter. Also on the engine is Norbert Daul of