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Courtesy of Frank J. Stebritz, 412 No. Minn. St., Algona, Iowa. Joe Rynda's 16 HP Phoenix. The serial number plate is missing. The engine and boiler are in very good condition.
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Courtesy of Ernest Mexo, P.O. Box 615, Alto Pass, Illinois. Yours truly leaning on the wheel of my engine on July 6, 1954 while filling the silo. This is a Nichols & Shepard, double engine, serial No. 14030, built in 1924. It has a Ohio Standard Butt Stra

Secretary, N.Y.S.E.A.

To name a few of the 35 steam engines at the meet, we had Bakers
Hubers, Birdsall, Westinghouse upright, Peerless, Cases, Port
Huron, Buffalo Pitts, Lang-Button, Steven, Rumely and several
rollers including two homemade jobs. Two of the engines had steam
generators and headlights, and another had a large steam operated
locomotive bell!

The peak attendance was Sunday when over 25,000 passed through
the gate from 20 different states and Canada. The 1964 event is
scheduled in Canandaigua in the middle of August. Watch for
announcement in the ‘Iron-Men Album’.

At a recent meeting of the N.Y.S.E.A., new officers and plans
were made for the coming year. New officers for the organization
include Craig McMillan of Canandaigua, N.Y. as President, and three
new Board Members – Harold Ball, Bob Caves and Clarence Stillson.
Vice-President Lester Norris, Treasurer Ogden Miller and Secretary
Bruce Kelley were re-elected for another term. In addition to the
three board members mentioned above, the following continue to
remain on the board: Abe Johnson, Glenn Orbaker, Homer Prudom Jr.,
Everett Blazey, Malvin Fellows and R. Dayton Nichols.

Information on the organization’s activities or membership
may be obtained by writing to the Secretary: Bruce Kelley, New York
Steam Engine Assn., Inc., East Bloomfield, N. Y.

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