This picture was taken in 1915 at Vantage, Saskatchewan, Canada. The only information I have about this is that the man standing on the plow is Ed Olsen and the plow is a seven bottom John Deere. Would like to have some information as to kind of steam eng
This is my uncle, Sebastian Pfutzenreuter, breaking the land that I now live on that is located 8 miles southwest of Hecla, South Dakota. This fine picture was taken by Frank Marquardt in 1907. It shows quite a contrast to the big steam and gas engines th
From ''The Country Gentleman'' Plowing in the Great Northwest for wheat in the fall of 1919. Big Reeves 40 pulling the disc plows.
This picture shows a different use for a steam engine which was used to cook apple butter in a steam kettle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMurray, RFD, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. He used his Case engine.
From ''The Country Gentlemen''(in the 20's) Reeves threshing machine on the Good Hold Farm near Mentor. Ohio, run by B. J. Ruetenik.
Half size Reeves engine with cab built by Haston L. St. Clair in 1965.
Half-size Reeves engine without cab, built by Haston.
Wheat field in July, 1966.
Bob Hauetter and his new double, cylinder which he built.