Overland with a magneto. You don't see many of them. This one is owned by A. Krushel, Morden, Manitoba, Canada.
An 80 hp. Case announcing the Horseless Carriage Museum 10 miles south of Rapid City, South Dakota. We hear much fuss about obnoxious road signs and billboards these days. We think this one enhances any road or scene. The editor and family expect to see t
A. M. Wettach
80 hp. Case owned by Slattery Bros., Spearville, Kansas. Taken in 1955. That platform looks inviting to me. Courtesy of Raymond Slattery, Spearville, Kansas.
Minneapolis plow engine of 1914 vintage. It is a 10x11. Still in good running order. This picture was sent by John Loffelmacher, Fairfax, Minnesota. He does not say who owns the engine.
A 40 hp. Case owned by John W. Parolek, Schuyler, Nebraska. It was new in 1916 and kept in a shed every year except two. John says he, made a 1 scale model of the engine. He got a lot of experience in making it. He is 63 years old and has been on engines
One-half scale Case thresher built by N. B. Nelson, Rollag, Hawley P.O., Minnesota.
One-half scale Advance engine built by N. B. Nelson, Rollag, Hawley P. O., Minnesota.
MIDWEST OLD SETTLERS & THRESHERS REUNION, MT. PLEASANT,
IOWA, 1956. THE 12 HP. CASE OF 1886 VINTAGE AND OWNED BY CHARLES
McMILLAN (LEFT ON ENGINE) HAULS MAIL FROM THE GROUNDS TO THE LOCAL
POST OFFICE. WENDELL SMITH, POSTMASTER, (ON THE RIGHT) MAKES IT
OFFICIAL. LETTERS AND CARDS MAILED ON THE GROUNDS ARE STAMPED WITH
A SPECIAL RUBBER STAMP MAKING SUCH MAIL OF VALUE TO STAMP
COLLECTORS. THIS IS A VERY ORIGINAL AS WELL AS A NOVEL STUNT. IT
MAKES THE MAIL WE SEND HOME MORE INTERESTING AND IT IS KEPT LONGER.
IT IS A SWELL IDEA AS FAR AS WE ARE CONCERNED.-ED. COURTESY OF A.
M. WETTACH, AGRICULTURAL PHOTOGRAPHS, MOUNT PLEASANT, IOWA
Here is a photo of what is probably the last engine the J. ?.
Case Company will ever sell. The 50 Case engine was bought from the
Case Company, Rock Island, Illinois, and shipped to me on a flat
car with 5 new Case tractors. Two tractors were taken off at
Lansing, Michigan, and the remaining shipped on to Reese, Michigan
on May 30. Tractors and engine were run off the car, each under
their own power. Courtesy of Fred Steck, R. D. 1, Reese, Michigan.
(Fred forgot to tell us what year this all happened. Ed.)