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Raymond Clary, Quaker City, Ohio, on his way home after making his 1924 run of the season. See his letter elsewhere
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ELMER IS POINTING OUT A FEW OF THE GOOD POINTS OF JOE WISEHAUPT'S KECK-GONNERMAN TO MR. LEROY GLESSNER, MECHANICSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. LEROY ACCOMPANIED ELMER TO PONTIAC AND MT. PLEASANT REUNIONS LAST SUMMER, 1957. THE THREE OF US WERE HAPPY IN
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W. Lee Graves, Buckingham Farm, Chestertown, Maryland, sends us the picture of his 1914 8xl0 Frick Eclipse which has been completely restored. The excellent striping was done by John Kauffman, R. D., Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania. It appeared in the Anniversary P
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Threshing Bee on the H. K. Peterson Farm, Trenton, Missouri, August 19 57. Fifty hp. Case and a 28x46 Minneapolis separator. This was the last steam threshing in Grundy County, Missouri. It is the only steamer in the whole section
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Gary Schacht mowing on the Gilmar Johnson farm north of Frederic, Wisconsin, last July,1957.Gilmar has the tractor running fine and Gary is an agile and efficient operator.
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A 16 hp. Ayery of the Rouse Steam Threshing Company, serial No. 309 pulling between stacks with the Agitator No. 8920. Joe also says, The week of August 4th, 1957, we threshed five days. Four for the Minnesota Mining Company, making advertising film. On S
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Mr. John Livkort, R. D., Rittman, Ohio, says this is the first Frick traction he owned. Doing road work in Moncrue County, Ohio. in 1912. John is on the engine.
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Jesse R. Barber, Box 71, Lavinia, Iowa, and his mounted corn sheller. The tall man in the center is Max Palmer and perhaps the tallest man. He is 8 fest 4 inches and weighs 360 lbs. Jesse is on his left. Max was helping put corn in the sheller
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An Advance outfit bought new in 1914 and fell through the bridge the same year at Noitaz, Kansas. Two men were hurt.
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Raymond Clary, Quaker City, Ohio, starting out on his1924 season. Nichols & Shepard outfit. See his letter elsewhere.