OCTOBER 12th & 13th LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO

The Student Chapter of Agricultural Engineers

| January/February 1986

  • The Flea Market
    The Flea Market
  • 1930 Oliver
    1930 Oliver-Daniel Floret (from El Paso) NMSU Museum's Rider-Ericsson hot air engine.
  • New Mexico State University

  • Ericsson hot air engine.
    NMSU Museum's Rider-Ericsson hot air engine.
  • Muir Co. Ltd., engine '
    Owen Hartley's dad's Goold, Shapley & Muir Co. Ltd., engine (from Las Cruces, New Mexico).
  • NMSU Museum steam car
    NMSU Museum steam car (1907) built out of parts from a wrecked Stanley Steamer by Miller, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Operated by James Field of Las Cruces, representing the NMSU Pioneers. This took Best of Show and Best Restored (public vote and exhibitors vot
  • ASAE

  • Delmer Donaldson's Witte
    Delmer Donaldson's Witte (Albuquerque)
  • Old horse powered baler
    Explaining how the old horse powered baler worked.
  • Unknown Engine
    'How did this work, Mister?
  • One of his new finds
    One of his new finds in Las Cruce.
  • Maytag collection
    Keith Smith from Northport, Florida, and hit Maytag collection.
  • Antique farm power and machinary show

  • Fred Jones with horse drawn scraper
    Fred Jones from Durango, Colorado with horse drawn scraper (1800's)
  • Bob Candler's Novo and pump
    Bob Candler's Novo and pump (from Los Alamos, New Mexico).
  • Baling hay, powered by the M'
    Jon. Pierce (of Durango, Colorado) baling hay, powered by the M.
  • John Woodson and Stover
    John Woodson and Stover whistles too loud, John?

  • The Flea Market
  • 1930 Oliver
  • New Mexico State University
  • Ericsson hot air engine.
  • Muir Co. Ltd., engine '
  • NMSU Museum steam car
  • ASAE
  • Delmer Donaldson's Witte
  • Old horse powered baler
  • Unknown Engine
  • One of his new finds
  • Maytag collection
  • Antique farm power and machinary show
  • Fred Jones with horse drawn scraper
  • Bob Candler's Novo and pump
  • Baling hay, powered by the M'
  • John Woodson and Stover

PRESIDENT

Well, we hope you enjoyed our little tour through our show. Sure wish we could show you more! You'll want to keep an eye on this one. . . it's an up and comer!