| January/February 1960

25 hp. Huber new in 1924. Stack removed for clearance in transport. Note small turbo generator unit on top forward providing electric lights. This engine was used for 30 years by the McVean Brothers, Le Roy R. D. 1, New York, to run a 36x58 Greyhound thresher, Bidwell bean thresher with 50 inch front cylinder, saw mill, ensilage cutter and various pea viner installations. On one occasion this rig threshed 5,000 bushels of oats in 10 hours. Had 4 men bagging and 10 teams and wagons drawing. Photo taken in 1957 in front of Wolpsberger Museum, Honeye Falls, New York, where engine may be seen.