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1928 McCormick

wilson1928 McCormick – Deering 15-30  Gear Drive Tractor  TG 75783 

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   In 1847 the McCormick brothers Cyrus McCormick and Leander J. McCormick Started the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company selling  The McCormick reaper.

McCormick’s father had worked many years designing  a horse-drawn reaper and  In 1830, when Cyrus  turned 21  his father gave him the deed to the reaper .  Cyrus developed  a final version of the reaper,  and it was patented by McCormick in 1834.

In 1902, The company passed on to the son,  Cyrus McCormick, Jr.

McCormick Harvesting Machine Company – Deering Harvester Company, –  Plano and Warder, – Bushnell, and Glessner, –  and Milwaukee;  merged together to create the International Harvester Company.

 

 

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