Branch 49’s Southwest Regional

By Staff
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'49ers Brandon and Brandy Perry.
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One of a kind Daniel Best from the Ferguson collection.
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1920 20 HP Cushman. (Check the brass.)
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David Kessler's very original Avery.
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1918 40x80 Flour City from Horsearound Ranch Museum.
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Fairbanks Morse pump engine combo.
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A rare 10/20 McCulloch/Kubota from Ron Smith collection.

19010 Yost Ranch Road, Sonora, California 95370

Branch 49’s Southwest Regional, June 3-6, 1999, was held at
the sleepy little town of Angels Camp, California, home of Mark
Twain’s Jumping Frog Jubilee. Being a small branch, the
cooperation we had from other branches made it all happen. The
theme was California Gold, to help celebrate 150 years of the gold
discovery.

Something to look forward to is the Branch 49 1897 Railtown
Excursion. If you like trains and steam, don’t miss it August
28-29, 1999, at Jamestown, California.

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