By Staff

We are certainly gratified by the response from our clubs for
our 1993 Steam and Gas Engine Show Directory. We had expected the
book to be 160 pages long this year, but as we near completion on
our work, it looks as though 176 pages will barely contain all the
information and ads submitted! This is a good sign that there will
be lots of activities of interest to engine collectors in the
coming year! We hope to have Directories available to be mailed in
early March.

We receive interesting notes from our subscribers quite
regularly. Recently Louis Miller of Georgetown, Texas sent us a
copy of an article written about the show (Texas Early Day Tractor
& Engine Association) held each year on his farm. The article,
which we were unable to read because it was in German, had
apparently been put together by a German visitor to the show.
Miller got a copy of it when another German visited his farm after
reading the article! What a small world it is getting to be.

Another reader, Don Ringer of Cambridge, Ohio writes to tell us
that we should have more articles of a technical nature, actual
restoration challenges and their solutions. We know that there are
many of you with great knowledge to share, so we ask again, that
you consider passing on your experience and expertise.

We’re also working now on Donald Siefker’s new 5-Year
Index of GEM (1988′ 1992), which should be advertised next

Thank you all for your support and guidance-keep sending us your
comments and suggestions!

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