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Checkrow Corn Planter

Date: 1936
Description: McCormick-Deering Checkrow Corn Planter manufactured by International Harvester.
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Workers at IHC McCormick Works

Date: 1915
Description: Workers on an assembly line producing mowers at an International Harvester factory - possibly the McCormick Works in Chicago.
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No. 141 Harvester-Thresher

Date: 1954
Description: Color photograph of a farmer harvesting grain with a McCormick No. 141 harvester-thresher (combine) and an International truck.
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IHC Executives at McCormick Works Public Event

Date: December 15 1926
Description: Cyrus McCormick, Jr., Cyrus McCormick III, and other International Harvester executives stand near a replica of the original McCormick reaper as a crowd lo...
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International Power Unit

Date: 1949
Description: International power unit powers an irrigation system.
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International Harvester 3688 with Western Interior

Date: May 1981
Description: Color photograph of an International Harvester 3688 tractor with the optional "Western" interior.
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International Harvester Farm Exhibit

Date: June 1975
Description: Students from Chicago's Cyrus McCormick School viewing a replica of the original McCormick Reaper at the International Harvester exhibit at the Chicago Mus...
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Colfaxco Co. Implement Company

Date: November 12 1925
Description: International Harvester engines, McCormick-Deering feed grinders, and cream separators lined up inside the Colfax Co. Implement Company, an International H...
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Customer at International Harvester Parts Counter

Date: January 14 1929
Description: Customer picking up a gear from a parts counter at an International Harvester dealership.
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Tractors and Engines at an International Harvester Dealership

Date: 1915
Description: Showroom, most likely of an International Harvester dealership, with stationary engines and a Titan tractor.
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Farm Machine in Factory Yard

Date: September 03 1912
Description: An experimental reaper(?) in a factory year, most like at International Harvester's McCormick Works in Chicago.
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Child Playing with International Harvester Toys

Date: July 16 1929
Description: A boy sits on the floor near an International Harvester cream separator to play with toy versions of International Harvester machines, including Farmall tr...
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Horse-Drawn Agricultural Implement

Date: 1973
Description: Color photograph of an International horse-drawn walking corn planter made at Saltillo Works, an International Harvester factory in Mexico.
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McCormick Experimental Pull-Type Harvester-Thresher

Date: April 18 1913
Description: McCormick experimental pull-type harvester-thresher (combine) outside International Harvester's McCormick Works. The machine is one of two models that were...
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Packing Mowers for Shipment International Harvester Factory

Date: 1915
Description: Workers assembling and boxing mower frames for shipment at one of International Harvester's "Harvester Works" (most likely McCormick Works).
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Futuristic McCormick Grain Harvester

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Description: Industrial artist's rendering of what a McCormick grain harvester of the future may look like ("future farm machines").
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McCormick-Deering M-11-H Cotton Picker

Date: 1946
Description: Man operating a McCormick-Deering M-11-H cotton picker in a cotton field.
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McCormick grain binder on a slope

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Description: Man operating a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder on the side of a hill.
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McCormick grain binder

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Description: Man operating a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder against a mountainous backdrop.
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Harvesting Oats with 127-SP Harvester-Thresher

Date: 1954
Description: Man harvesting oats with a McCormick 127-SP harvester-thresher (combine).

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