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Courtesy of Mrs. T. H. Smith, 2200 Oneida Street, Joliet, Illinois 60435.
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Bill and two of his steam engines, taken last fall. Courtesy of Wm. S. Morganfield, 502 E. 2nd St., Winner, South Dakota 57580.
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Courtesy of James M. Barnhart, 3746 Winter Garden Road, Orlando, Florida 32805.
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Courtesy of James M. Barnhart, 3746 Winter Garden Road, Orlando, Florida 32805.
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Courtesy of Howard C. Murphy, 1016 Cottage Court, Warren, Ohio 44483.
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Courtesy of Partick Mullarkey, 5242 S. 13th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221.

18 HP Avery Engine, built about 1919, owned by Truman Koopman,
Flanagan, Illinois. Mrs. T. H. Smith (Mary Louise) 2200 Oneida
Street, Joliet, Illinois in the picture, (standing). Picture taken
at the 9th Annual Steam Threshing Show held at Lenox, Illinois, by
Mrs. Ruth Miller, Rt. 4, Box 214, Lafayette, Ind.

Steam table on which anyone may try out his miniature steam
engine.

6-15 HP 1898 portable steam Westinghouse at Keith Oderkirk’s
Show in March 1972.

Perry Willis on his PUFF, CHUG AND WHEEZE Railroad’s Ottaway
from Louisville, Ohio. Gary Kutz on his TENNESSEE CENTRAL &
KENTUCKY Railroad’s Ottaway from Massillion. William Murphy on
Murphy’s RAILROAD OTTAWAY from Warren. Howard Murphy on his
70-80 year old CAGNEY from Warren.

A nice model engine at the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club
Show at Freeport, Illinois.

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