The International Harvester Company of America was founded on March 22, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois following the merger of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and Deering Harvester Company. Its industry is automotive (and agricultural before 1985) and its headquarters remained in Chicago, Illinois. The company sold its agricultural division to Tenneco, Inc. in 1985. The remainder of the firm was renamed Navistar International Corporation.

plant at Akron, OH. (ca. 1916)

SUBSIDIARIES

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COMPANY NAMES

McCormick Harvesting Machine Company (1847-1902)

International Harvester Company of America (1902-1986)

Navistar International Corporation (1986-present)

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TRUCK MODELS

  • Pickup A-Line (1957-1969)
  • Travelall (1953-1975)

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PRODUCTS

  • Balers
    • No. 45 Pickup
  • Baler Twine
  • Beet Tools
  • Cane Mills
  • Corn Pickers (Cut-Off)
  • Crawler Tractor
  • Dry & Green Hay Choppers
  • Farmall Tractors
    • Cub
  • Feed Grinders
  • Fluid Manure Spreaders
  • Gasoline Engines
    • Horizontal
      • Stationary (4, 6, 8, 10, 12, & 15 H.P.)
      • Portable (6, 8, 10, 12, & 15 H.P.)
    • Verticle (2, 3, & 5 H.P.)
  • Haying Machinery
  • Home Freezers
  • Manure Spreaders
  • Mechanical Cotton Pickers
  • McCormick Combines
    • No. 62
    • No. 122
    • No. 125-SPV
  • McCormick Mower (21-U)
  • McCormick-Deering Cream Separators
  • McCormick-Deering Industrial Tractors
  • Potato Diggers
  • Power Loaders
  • Primrose Cream Separators
  • Seeding Machines
  • Self-Propelled Combines
  • Side Delivery Rakes
  • Stalk Cutters
  • Sugar Beet Harvesters
  • Tillage Implements

MODEL GALLERY

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