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McCormick No 4 Reaper (1896) (ADVERT 415)

McCormick No 4 Reaper (1896) (ADVERT 415)

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Summary

In 1834, inventor Cyrus McCormick took out a patent for a horse-drawn reaper. After several improvements to the design, he established a harvester factory in Chicago in 1847. In 1902, the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company merged with the Deering Harvester Company and three other businesses to form the International Harvester Company.
Geographic coverage: United States
Subjects (LCTGM): Harvesting machinery; Horses
Subjects (LCSH): African Americans in advertising; Animals in advertising
Categories: Farm machinery; Machinery, equipment and appliances; African Americans

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04/07/1896
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Washington Libraries Digital Collections
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