'The back view of the Faribault engine, serial no. 795. '
This view of the Faribault engine shows how beautifully it was restored by Harlan Hjermstad.
'Right: This brass tag is all that remains of another engine made at Faribault, No. 729. It appears that the number four was superimposed over the two to show what horsepower this engine was supposed to be. Notice how the design is different from the tag on the actual engine (above). Harlan Hjermstad owns this tag, held by Dick Sunsdahl. Far right: An end view of the 4 HP Faribault engine in a newly-refurbished addition to the State Bank of Faribault, Minn. '
Faribault engines from 6 HP on up looked like this portable from the 1910 catalog.
'Two views of the 4 HP Faribault engine, showing the governor (left) and sideshaft and the workings of the engine. '
The mounted open-jacket Faribault engine from a 1910 company catalog. It was made in 3 and 4 HP sizes.
'Dick Carlander (left), president of the State Bank of Faribault shakes Harlan Hjermstad’s hand. Harlan sold the engine to the bank to preserve its heritage. Dick Sunsdahl (right) played a key role in bringing the engine home. '