Susan Nowak, right, puts together a broom with a foot-treadle machine at one of the displays at the Soulé Live Steam Festival Saturday. Linda Crevitt and Larry Nowak also work on another broom project.
Walter B. Clement, of WM. Clement and Sons Machinists and Millwrights in Belvidere, Tenn., oils the gears on a Corliss Steam Engine on display at the festival.
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