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| August/September 1994

  • Fundamental Types of Pendulum Governors
    29/8/1A Fig. 319.-Fundamental Types of Pendulum Governors
  • Unidentified Engine
    29/8/5B
    James McKee
  • Bulldog engines
    29/8/7A
    William J. Fereira
  • Bulldog engines
    29/8/7B
    William J. Fereira
  • Bulldog engines
    29/8/7C
    William J. Fereira
  • Racine Engine
    29/8/11 A
    Glen Gerlach
  • Racine Engine
    29/8/11 B
    Glen Gerlach
  • Bean Engine
    29/8/12
    Chas. DeWeese
  • Racine Engine
    29/8/11 C
    Glen Gerlach
  • Marine engine
    29/8/13B
    Dave Dickinson
  • Marine engine
    29/8/13A
    Dave Dickinson
  • Gasmotor-en-Fabrik, Deutz'

  • Feed grinder
    29/8/13C
    Dave Dickinson
  • U 164 IHC engine
    29/8/18A
    Dries Juffer
  • Engine rigs
    29/8/13D
    Dave Dickinson
  • A Large Cooling Tank
    29/8/14
    Kent H. Zobel
  • U 164 IHC engine
    29/8/18B
    Dries Juffer
  • U 164 IHC engine
    29/8/18C
    Dries Juffer
  • Pulley shaft
    29/8/21A
    Donald R
  • Collar with two 7116 inch setscrews
    29/8/21B
    Donald R
  • A cute little engine
    29/8/26
    T. J. Shipman
  • Witte 7 HP engine
    29/8/28
    Sam Spencer & Family
  • Pendulum Governor, Krupp-Gruson-werk'

  • F-M Lawn Mower
    29/8/30
    Brad E. Smith
  • 4 HP Central City Iron Works engine
    29/8/29
    Kevin A. Behnke
  • Montgomery-Ward Sattley engine
    29/8/33B
    John Weaver
  • Jacobsen engine
    29/8/38
    Mr. Shipman's
  • Montgomery-Ward Sattley engine
    29/8/33A
    John Weaver
  • Galloway Engine
    29/8/40
    Paul A. Livezey
  • Cushman engine
    29/8/42A
    John G. Boyd
  • Cushman engine
    29/8/42B
    John G. Boyd
  • IH Paperweight
    29/8/41
    Gilbert Irps
  • Briggs Model FB
    MM-1
    Norman D. Brockelsby
  • A sign illustrating the Southern Logo
    RW-1
    Thomas E. Gipson
  • Pendulum Governor, Wenzel Zimmermann'

  • 2 HP Southern engine
    RW-2
    Thomas E. Gipson
  • 1957 Cushman Eagle
    MM-2
    Norman D. Brockelsby
  • Small engine
    MM-4
    Robert F. Nance
  • Small engine
    MM-3
    Robert F. Nance
  • Cast iron wheels
    MM-5
    Robert F. Nance
  • Pendulum Governor, Crossley Bros'

  • Cast iron wheels
    MM-6
    Robert F. Nance
  • Massey-Harris engine
    29/8/2B
    Lorne Radcliffe
  • Unidentified Engine
    29/8/5A
    James McKee
  • Pendulum Governor, Delamare-Deboutteville'

  • Internal Combustion Engines
    29/8/2A
    Lorne Radcliffe

  • Fundamental Types of Pendulum Governors
  • Unidentified Engine
  • Bulldog engines
  • Bulldog engines
  • Bulldog engines
  • Racine Engine
  • Racine Engine
  • Bean Engine
  • Racine Engine
  • Marine engine
  • Marine engine
  • Gasmotor-en-Fabrik, Deutz'
  • Feed grinder
  • U 164 IHC engine
  • Engine rigs
  • A Large Cooling Tank
  • U 164 IHC engine
  • U 164 IHC engine
  • Pulley shaft
  • Collar with two 7116 inch setscrews
  • A cute little engine
  • Witte 7 HP engine
  • Pendulum Governor, Krupp-Gruson-werk'
  • F-M Lawn Mower
  • 4 HP Central City Iron Works engine
  • Montgomery-Ward Sattley engine
  • Jacobsen engine
  • Montgomery-Ward Sattley engine
  • Galloway Engine
  • Cushman engine
  • Cushman engine
  • IH Paperweight
  • Briggs Model FB
  • A sign illustrating the Southern Logo
  • Pendulum Governor, Wenzel Zimmermann'
  • 2 HP Southern engine
  • 1957 Cushman Eagle
  • Small engine
  • Small engine
  • Cast iron wheels
  • Pendulum Governor, Crossley Bros'
  • Cast iron wheels
  • Massey-Harris engine
  • Unidentified Engine
  • Pendulum Governor, Delamare-Deboutteville'
  • Internal Combustion Engines

As soon as we can get the materials organized, we'll be presenting a series of articles on the Alamo Engine Company within this column. Mr. Verne Kind-schi of Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin graciously loaned us a large packet of Alamo materials, and it includes a lot of photos of Alamo engines . . . early ones and some later ones too.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our stand at the Waukee (Iowa) Swap Meet. The weather was great, the crowds were huge, and we hope a grand time was had by all!

We have lots of material this issue, so let's get started with:

Fig. 319.Fundamental Types of Pendulum Governors.



29/8/1 Questions Asked Q. Reading through American Gas Engines Since 1872 has generated the following questions:

1. Can you explain how the Rites Inertia Governor works, as shown on pages 19 and 149.