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Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder's only grandchild with his Happy Grin when he received his Brubaker Miniature Case Engine (just like his granddad's 9 hp. Case). The Yoders live at Hutchinson, Kansas, and the Grandson lives in Arizona. The Annis Studio of Mammoth
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A 1920 picture taken on the late John B. McKee farm, Kittanning, Pennsylvania. Sent to us by his son, R. Harry McKee of R. D. 4, Kittanning, Pa. That looks like a Frick sticking: its head out for air among all those men. Ed.
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Here is a 10 hp. Stillwater engine No. 2723 picture taken just as Mr. W. E. Arnett of Havilland, got it home. It was built by the Northwest Company, Stillwater, Minn. Mr. Arnett does not give his State but we hope he will send us a picture when it is rebu
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Mr. C. M. Reed of 426 Margaret St., Akron 6, Ohio, sends us this 1928 Case 65 outfit owned by O. F. Ryning now living in California. Mr. Reed says the separator was a terror to try to hook up to the trailer. Too much equipment to back up with, no doubt. I
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Peerless engine on a Craft Mill, June,1956. Engine owned by Walter Brouswell of Lone Jack, Missouri, No. 18058 and purchased new in 1920. Courtesy of Jason Cline, R. D. 2, Oak Grove, Mo.
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E. P. Nelson, Bird City, Kansas, says, Here's my two bucks for renewing my subscription to the ALBUM. To say that I enjoy it is putting it mildly. I have no comments to make on how to improve it for it just suits, me fine, so keep up the good work. I am s
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Delbert H. Burson and family, beside a big Rumely Oil Pull they found 14 miles south of their home In Fort Pierre, South Dakota. The last it was run was in 1938. It was in the '53 flood when water was to the top of the engine.
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A model 65 Case being built by Delbert H. Burson, Fort Pierre, South Dakota, with his dog acting as engineer. (Pretty doggone good we think. Ed.)
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Mr. H. K. Petterson's outfit when threshing in Montana. The engine is a 20 hp. Westinghouse. This is the outfit Mr. Petterson mentions in his article, Experiences from the Montana Prairies, July-August, 1955, issue. Mr. Petterson's address is now R. D. 6,
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E. J. Powers, August 1913, when he was 25 years old. Also you will notice case was Building engines at that time.
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A 1913 picture of a threshing scene in Nebraska. Mr. E. J. Powers on the engine.
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