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Over 30,000 original documents and publications about the history of Cyrus Hall McCormick and the International Harvester Company are available online.
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International Harvester machine list through 1979.
Tracks the number of tractors and engines produced and shipped 1950-1976.
Specifications and photos of International trucks, 1907-1984.
Serial number lists for engines, tractors, power units, trucks and milking machines from 1925-1971.
Find information on original color schemes, decals, and naming of hundreds of agricultural implements and other products manufactured between 1924 and 1964.
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Full issues, 1909-1969. Published for employees, dealers and customers.
Full issues, 1949-1968. Published for International Harvester employees.
Full issues. Published for International Motor Truck dealers and distributors starting in 1919.
List of dealerships compiled by International Harvester. The list includes dealerships that were active from 1944 to 1948.
Original publications created by the International Harvester Company that document the history the organization.
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More About the Collection
Short biographical essay about this industrialist and inventor of the first commercially successful reaper, a horse-drawn machine to harvest wheat.
Browse this book list to read more about the McCormick family and the International Harvester company.
Read about how the International Harvester corporate archives became the largest collection at the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Read about the event and the coins made to commemorate the company's 100th anniversary.
This online exhibit features 50 advertising posters selected from the McCormick-International Harvester Collection.
This digital collection would not be possible without the generous support of the International Harvester Collectors Club and the Navistar International Transportation Corporation.