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Gifts from the following generous benefactors are making restoration of the Maine Forest and Logging Museum Lombard Log Hauler possible:
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# Name:Support provided:
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1Packard FamilyMade vintage Lombard steam log hauler available to museum at their cost
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2Alice Wellman - Bangor, MEMade generous donation to purchase Lombard steam log hauler
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3Bradford Wellman - Bangor, MEMade generous donation to purchase Lombard steam log hauler
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4Katherine Wellman - Seattle, WAMade generous donation to purchase Lombard steam log hauler
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5Stephen Wheatland - Brookline, MAMade generous donation to purchase Lombard steam log hauler
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6General Electric Power SystemsProvided facilities, manpower and time to NDT inspect the drive gears, engine cylinders and other parts.
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Bangor, MaineLoaned air hammers and tooling for roller chain fabrication.
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Charlie Green
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Bill Childs
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Kim Perkins
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7Jeffrey Chain CompanyDonated drive chain samples and new drive chains for log hauler. This company manufactured the original drive chains.
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Morristown, Tennessee
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Bob Hastings
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8Ramsey Welding & Machine Inc.Donated piston rod stock to manufacture new engine piston rods
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Lincoln, Maine
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Jeff Fogg
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9Ryerson TullDonated steel blank for manufacturing main drive gear
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Devons, Massachusetts
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Tim Farrel
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10Brackett MachineDonated internal machining for main drive gear
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Westbrook, Maine
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Herbert Howard
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11Martin Sprocket & GearMachined teeth and heat treated main drive gear
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Danielsville, Pennsylvania
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Gary Martin
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12Lane Systems & SupplyDonated steel bar stock for roller chains
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Brewer, MaineDonated steel tubing for lag link pin washers
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Bob TaylorDonated steel plate for gear case
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Donated steel rod for lag pins
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13H. C. Crooker & Sons Donated use of patterns for cylinder casting, information and cooperation for restoration
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Topsham, Maine
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Harry Crooker
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Ted Crooker
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Dave Madaga
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14Enterprise FoundryDonated the slugs for the cylinder test specimens
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Lewiston, Maine
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Mike Caron
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15University of Maine Advanced Manufacturing CenterDonated his time in helping machine the piston rods, pistons, roller chain links, and the tension samples
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Brian Barker
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Tom Christensen
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16University of MaineDonated $200 towards the funding for casting of the cylinders
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Dean of Students office Dr. Robert Dana
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18University of Maine School of Engineering TechnologyDonated $800 towards the funding for the casting of the cylinders, Material for new pistons, and new piston rings
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Dr. David Dvorak
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19Penobscot Forest and Logging MuseumDonated $500 towards the funding for the casting of the cylinders
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Bill Lynch
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20Bath Iron WorksDonated machine and man time to machine the new engine cylinders
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Bath, Maine
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Wayne Paul
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21Ed Berry Donated use of air hammer and tooling for roller chain and lag pin fabrication
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Hudson, Maine
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22University of Maine Grounds ShopDonated use of Diesel compressor for roller chain fabrication
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George Smith
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23American Steel & AluminumDonated steel for the roller chain side links
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S. Portland, Maine
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Dick Thibault
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24Bangor Steel ServiceDonated steel for the roller chain side links
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Bangor, Maine
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Dick Nickerson
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25University of Maine Machine Tool LabDonated use of Machine Tool lab facilities
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Tim Marquis
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26TK MachiningDonated machining of our engine valve rods
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Waterboro, Maine
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Bob Dewitt
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27H.E.SargentDonated use of air compressor for forging lag pins
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Stillwater, Maine
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28Bangor Sheet Metal Bangor, MaineBrazing of lower gear pan
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29Francis R. Mitchell Veazie, MaineDonations of money for restoration, artifacts, photos etc.
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30Wesley Sanborn Winslow, MaineDonations of money for restoration, artwork, information
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31Kelley Anderson Strassburg, PennsylvaniaInformation about steam engine specs.
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32Paul Breton Vassleboro, MaineMisc. parts for restoration, information etc.
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31Clark’s Trading Post Lincoln, New Hampshire Dave Clark Lombard parts, information
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32Rene Elliot New YorkPhotos and exchange of information
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33True & Kern Hesseltine Holden, MaineFather & son team general help: restoration team
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34Mary Ellen Barnes Portland, MaineMisc. help
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35Joel Bolshaw Hancock, MaineRestoration team
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36Tim Boulier Holden, MaineInformation
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37John Burpee (State Boiler Inspector)Assistance with boiler restoration
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38John Faulkner Eddington, MaineHelp with restoration
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39Richard Hale Orono, MaineInformation
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40Edwin Howard Hamilton, MassachusettsHelp with Lombard events, etc.
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41Jason Ulna, MaineInformation
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42 Sallie Leighton Photos, etc.
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43 Steve Madden Cardville, MaineTrucking of Lombard
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44 Ernest Portner New YorkPhotos, information
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45Larry Safford New HampshirePhotos, etc.
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46 Red & Jamie Sarna Penobscot, MaineRestoration assistance
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47Jay Shorette Milford, MaineTrucking Lombard, etc.
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48Thomas Snape W. Enfield, MainePhotos, misc. information
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49Firefly Restorations Hope, Maine Andy Swift Assistance with restoration
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50Leon Treadwell Milford, MaineArtwork, etc.
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517 Islands Company Ashland, Maine Robert VigueAssistance with parts, etc.
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52Larry Washburn Howland, MaineScale model maker and Lombard restoration
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53Mike White Hampden, MainePast chairman of Lombard restoration
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