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| November/December 1968

  • Engine
    Courtesy of John Roy Doggett 411 Cherry Street Manassas, Va. 22110
    John Roy Doggett

  • Engine

I would like to have the enclosed picture and information put in your 'What Is It' section; so that I could get a back ground on it. As I have wrote Mr. Lewis H. Cline, Battle Creek, Michigan, and he says he is unable to help me, but he does consider it a rare find, and for me to let him know what I do find out on this engine.

The following is just as it appears on the brass plate.

Engine No. 3341 H.P. 1?

Leader - Domestic

Mgr. For Leader Iron Works

Decatur, 111. By Domestic Engine & Pump Co.


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