By Glenn Thompson
The story of the White Lily Washer Co., the Schmidt Bros. Co. Engine Works and a White Lily engine in Texas.
By the Gas Engine Magazine staff
A stationary engine cooling fan for White Lily and Schmidt Bros. engines pushed cooling air across the engine’s cylinder, but became obsolete after superior methods arose.
A reader shares an image from an 1911 advertisement that shows an Aermotor engine on a wooden base.
A reader has questions about an old engine he bought recently, including manufacturer, origin, age and horsepower.
A reader’s father owns a 1910 Sieverkropp engine and is hoping to obtain more information on it.
A small Palm engine finds its way to Paul Harvey, but it’s a mystery as to who made it and why.
Dierre and Becky Smith rescue an Aermotor General Purpose engine from a nearby estate sale.
This 35 hp Bessemer twin engine at the Coolspring Power Museum was originally installed in a Pennsylvania courthouse to provide electricity.
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