Postcards


| January/February 1961

  • Devils Tower
    Jay is planning lumber near Devils Tower, Wyoming. He is perched on his little 'Case' steamer.
  • 6 hp Phoenix
    6 hp Phoenix center crank skid engine made in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
  • Sawyer-Massey engine
    A fine Sawyer-Massey engine at the Pion-Era, Saskatoon, Sask., in 1959.
  • Nichols-Shepard
    16-65 double Nichols-Shepard pulling a 28 inch Rutnely separator. I purchased the engine in Missouri at New Frankil. I also have a sawmill which I use the engine. The engine runs fine and is in good shape. It is being operated by my two boys, Jody and Jim
  • 28 hp Minneapolis
    Bought this 28 hp Minneapolis No.8052 primarily for sawing lumber but find many other uses for ithere it is being used to 'tamp' corn silage with good results. Sept. 1959.
  • Shelly DeWees family
    Here is an interesting engine that will appear on the Christmas Greeting Cards of the Shelly DeWees family, 1250 First St., N.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He promises a write up on the engine in an early issue of the Album.
  • Double Star engine
    Mr. LeRoy Pilling of 611 'D' Ave., National City, Calif., is building a Double Star engine. The dimensions are: Length of boiler, 39'; Diameter of drive wheels, 16' and face 4'; Bore 1-7/8 and stroke 2; and the boiler pressure wil
  • Engine built
    Engine built by The Enterprise Co., Columbiana, Ohio. Owned and formerly used by Carl Erwin, Harrison, Arkansas.
  • Chief's grandson
    The Chief's grandson at the Pion-Era, Saskatoon,Sask.,Canada,1959.
  • Indian Chief
    Indian Chief and his two sons at the Pion-Era, Saskatoon, Sask., 1959.

  • Devils Tower
  • 6 hp Phoenix
  • Sawyer-Massey engine
  • Nichols-Shepard
  • 28 hp Minneapolis
  • Shelly DeWees family
  • Double Star engine
  • Engine built
  • Chief's grandson
  • Indian Chief

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