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Are you planning to have the Big 4 45 there?
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The EB L 3 wheeler pictured above, is now in Ken Eder's collection. Here are a couple other 12-20's, an AA and a Q, that should make it to Rollag. That's the plan.
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Obviously I don't travel the 200 miles to Arlee, MT anymore! The egg is on my face.
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You might consider inviting Reeves steam engines and tractors Their sale to E-B transpired on 1-1-1912, just like Geiser Peerless.
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I guess the the point I was trying to make, not only was Geiser Peerless sold to Emerson-Brantingham on January first 1912, so was Reeves & Company. I know this is Lugs & Cleats and steam isn't supposed to lurk here, but "the tail goes with the hide," my dad used to say.....

1. E-B Peerless smokebox door. 2. E-B Reeves smokebox door taken of me AT ROLLAG in 2005. 3. E-B Reeves water tank head. 4. The 25hp Reeves engine of the Danielson Family... It is "Pre" E-B, so technically doesn't count! Even if it is there every year. Gary
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Default Re: Emerson-Brantingham Feature

I know this thread is about tractors but ?
How about " Geiser " sideshaft or " Rockford " sideshaft gasoline engines ?

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Any company acquired by or sold by E-B is welcome to come to the feature!
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Any company acquired by or sold by E-B is welcome to come to the feature!
That won't include JI Case, who bought haying and cultivation implements from E-B in (??) 1928, will it?

Chuck Wendel included Reeves and Peerless in his 150 Years of JI Case book. Reeves was folded and plant burned down by 1925. Reeves & Case were sort of adopted step sisters by default. Gary
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Late Warren Paulson had an L in this area. Not sure of its status now.
Didn't the family have a estate liquidation sale a few years back? I know he was collecting anything from EB. and had set up a nice museum dedicated to that. F.J.W.
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That won't include JI Case, who bought haying and cultivation implements from E-B in (??) 1928, will it?

Chuck Wendel included Reeves and Peerless in his 150 Years of JI Case book. Reeves was folded and plant burned down by 1925. Reeves & Case were sort of adopted step sisters by default. Gary
I won't go that far into it but if people bring JI Case equipment to display we will not turn them away.
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Didn't the family have a estate liquidation sale a few years back? I know he was collecting anything from EB. and had set up a nice museum dedicated to that. F.J.W.
I don't know of one a few years back, but they had one this summer for what was not part of the museum collection. I had totally missed out on it; I believe his L is still part of the museum collection, but the second E-B he had picked up a year or two ago, 12-20 IIRC? was sold at the sale as it had not been transferred over to the museum yet.
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What Paul said. The Paulson Agriculture Museum is still alive and well. A good place to visit . Especially if you like EB or Rockford related ag history. The AA was sold off in the estate auction and resides in southern Wis.
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