Miss Virginia Jenkins, daughter of Cliff J. Jenkins of Varna, Illinois, with Ralph Fisher of Assumption, Illinois, and his Peerless as a background. Ralph is the only man I know who is handsome both with or without whiskers. Leo Clark, Washington, Illinoi
Christmas scene in the home of Edmond H. Kautzer, Box 44, New Holstein, Winsconsin
The old Boss doing her stuff in 1900. Courtesy of Chas. S. McCleary, Huntsville, Ohio
Keck Leo Clark
A close up of the indestructible toy engine built by Mr. Edmond H. Kautzer, Box 44, New Holstein, Wisconsin
Hand fed Donaldson thresher at the 1956 Minnesota Threshers Meet at Melby Farm, near Ashby, Minnesota. Courtesy of William Gayer, Rock Valley, Iowa
Line of steamers at the 1956 Minnesota Steam Meet at Melby Farm, near Ashby, Minnesota. Courtesy of William Gayer, Rock Valley, Iowa
22hp. Baker engine pulling a Gaar Scott lumber mill (hidden behind that pile of nice logs). The mill is friction drive and quite old. Courtesy of Guy W. Scheuler, 6130 S. 22nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
Guy W. Scheuler
A 7 Nominal hp. Claton & Shuttlesworth of the very latest type. It belongs to a large English farmer and is working regularly. The brake hp. of this engine would be about 25. Sorry we have lost the name of the sender of this picture. It was not on the pic
Miss Ronnie Stanger, a beautiful Indian maiden from Detroit, Michigan. As Will Rogers would say, Her ancestors did not come over in the Mayflower, they met it. Anyway, she certainly brings the color out on that big Avery of Louis David, Detroit. Taken at
The old Boss doing her stuff in 1900. Courtesy of Chas. S. McCleary, Huntsville, Ohio.
Chas. S. McCleary