| November/December 1989

Joseph C. Galbreath, 2404 B 12th Avenue, Sterling, Illinois 61081 collects old steam advertising signs. The Case sign on the cover is his favorite. It apparently never made its destination of Buenos Aires. It was produced by Meek and Beach of Coshocton, Ohio. He has been able to date it to between 1901 and 1903. It is a very colorful depiction of South American threshing.

Thrashing with a 1912 60 HP Case, September 1988, at the Teton Antique Steam & Gas Threshing Association show in Montana.

Case engine #25, an 8 HP portable, is one of the oldest existing Case steamers. It will be exhibited at the National Agricultural Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs, KS on October 20-22, 1989, during induction ceremonies honoring J.I. Case.

Tom Gingell of Emmitsburg, MD keeps his 50 HP Case on the move at the Mason-Dixon Historical Society's 1988 Steam & Gas Round-Up.