When I started the blog I was in hopes of finding a lot of information on the City's past utilities and how they operated. I did find a book with information on this old Fairanks-Morse Diesel Engine. The city of Rich Hill still has two of these Model 32-E Engines, they haven't run in years. The City's Model 32 Engines are 4 cylinders where the engine pictured below are actually a 6cyl.
The information below the picture is page 4 out of the book I found.
Fairbanks-Morse Model 32-E Diesel Engines enjoy an unsurpassed record for over-all economy of operation and dependability in the stationary power plant field. Several hundred thousand horsepower of these engines are to be found in daily operation in central station power and light plants, manufacturing plants, ice plants, flour mills, rock crushing plants, cotton gins, cotton seed oil mills, textile mills, irrigation and drainage pumping stations, and a host of similar installations including practically every requirement for primary power.