By Staff

New GEM publications are on the way for eager readers. We hope
you’ll enjoy:

The new GEM Index for five years, 1983-1987, telling you which
article appeared when, and supplementing our two earlier index
guides; all are by Donald L. Siefker.

Farm Museum Directory-an update of our first one, telling you
where many of these are located and what they show (engines

Leroy Baumgardner’s Evolution of a Tractor, an insider’s
fascinating story. See the book ads in this issue. All our
advertising, incidentally, is at a new high in volume. Readers
gobble up the information in the ads as well as our well-written

Show reports continue to arrive, and we expect more since this
is the peak of the busy 1988 season. We hope drought has not hit
you; it’s a harsh year for many parts of the country and the
weather is being discussed often at shows and reunions.

Advertisers are asked to abide by our deadlines. Read the
production schedules in each issue. This applies especially to
auctioneers; their customers may lose golden opportunities to bring
in buyers, because ads are not in on time.

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