Tuscarawas Valley Pioneer Power Association, Inc.

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Part of the displays in the live steam area at the 1991 Tuscarawas show in Dover, Ohio.
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1925 Buffalo-Springfield roller owned by Cliff Kovacic of Medina, Ohio.
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16 HP Huber built 1923, owned by Gerald Snyder family of Medina, Ohio.
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Quarter and half scale Cases owned and built by Tom Hatcher and sons of New Concord, Ohio.

P.O. Box 387 Dover, Ohio 44622

The Tuscarawas Valley Pioneer Power Association, Inc., hosted
our 28th show at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds in Dover, Ohio,
last summer. The 1991 show, held August 16-18th, was blessed with
good weather which held until just before our 3:30 parade on
Sunday. The heavy rain made a parade impractical, though most of
the day’s activities went as planned.

Our featured line of equipment was the Allis Chalmers Company
and the other companies which they obtained during their years in
business. Represented were Aultman-Taylor, Avery, Rumely Oil Pull,
Rumely 6, and Wallis, as well as Allis Chalmers.

The 20 plus steam traction engines were kept busy sharing work
on the sawmill, threshing, power eater, and the Baker fans. This
year we were able to bring in some limestone for the 1927 Erie
steam shovel to dig and move around.

In the gas engine area, though filled to capacity, we still
managed to find room for late comers. The Flea Market and the Arts
& Crafts were a hit with the ladies, as with us guys, thanks to
the large array of tools and parts for our antique equipment and
projects.

We would like to invite you to our 29th show to be held August
14, 15, and 16, 1992 at the Fairgrounds in Dover, Ohio. Featured
will be the J.I. Case line of equipment, and the International
Harvester gas engines.

For more information, write T.V.P.P.A., P.O. Box 387, Dover,
Ohio 44622.

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