In 1902, the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company merged with several competitors to form International Harvester.
International Harvester began building tractors in 1906. The company’s earliest tractors included the Mogul and Titan.
In 1924, International Harvester introduced the Farmall, the first successful all-purpose farm tractor. By 1955, the company had produced over three million tractors.
J. I. Case and Co. was founded in 1847 by Jerome I. Case to make threshing machines.
The company was reorganized as J. I. Case and Co. in 1863 when thresher maker Jerome I. Case took on three new partners.
Incorporated as J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. in 1880, Steam Portable Engines were made in the 1870’s.
Steam Traction Engines were manufactured between 1884 and 1925.