HELP! RESEARCH!

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Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Avenue, Charleston, Illinois 61920.
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Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Avenue, Charleston, Illinois 61920.

Route 1, Bicknell, Indiana 47512.

I started writing a history on the International Harvester
Company and their tractors and machinery. I’m looking for any
information that will assist in this endeavor.

The McCormick Deering 22-36 tractor has really stumped me. I
started about a year and a half ago. Enclosed find a listing of
research, one on tractors and one on the 22-36. Any help will be
appreciated.

1891 William Deering & Co. – 2 cylinders – motor 6 HP

1897 McCormick Co. – 2 cylinder – opposed type

1899 S. S. Morton, later Ohio Mfg. Co., in 1905 IHC purchased
some of these tractors.

1905 Ohio – Morton patented – traction truck

1906 International – 20 HP, 240 RPM, 1 cylinder 1906
International – 15 HP, 250 RPM, 1 cylinder

1906 International – 40 HP, RPM, 3 cylinders – correct

1912 Morton (Morton Motor Plow – 1918 – 4 cylinder 1st built in
1908) (??)

Model F 20 HP, 500-550 RPM

Model G 26 HP, 500-550 RPM

1910 International

Mogul 45 HP, 2 cylinders

1911 Mogul 30-60 , 2 cylinders

1912 Mogul 15-30, 1 cylinder

1912 Mogul 12-25 horizontal opposed engine (??)

1914 Mogul 8-16 1 cylinder – 400 RPM (IHC 8-16 is a
different tractor)

1915 Mogul 10-20 slightly larger tractor than the Mogul
8-16 1911 International

Titan 45 HP, 2 cylinder

1914 Titan 10-20 2 cylinder; superceded in 1921 with the
McCormick-Deering 10-20

1915 Titan 15-30 4 cylinders, 575 RPM, superceded in 1918
with IHC 15-30 – this was superceded in 1921 with the
McCormick-Deering 15-30

1915 International motor cultivator

1918 International 8-16 – PTO on this tractor

1918 International 15-30, replaces the Titan 15-30

1921 McCormick-Deering 10-20, replaces the Titan 10-20

1921 McCormick-Deering 15-30, replaces the Titan 15-30 (1915)
& International 15-30 (1918)

1923 IHC experimental high pressure steamer (farm
tractor)

1924 McCormick-Deering ‘Farmall’ (later known as
Farmall-Regular, this is tractor that put the farmers on wheels, to
say the least, it put IHC out in front in production. Later the
McCormick-Deering, Farmall F-20 replaced the ‘Reg.’)

1927 International 22-36 similar to the 15-30

1928 Trac Trac Tors – tracks for 10-20 & 15-30 wheel
tractors. 1928 Trac Trac Tors (catapillar – see catapillar
section).

1931 McCormick-Deering Farmall F-30 (W-30 – 1934 to
1940)

F-30 1931-1937             
  (WD-30 – diesel, about 1935.)

1932 McCormick-Deering Farmall F-20 – 1932 to 1939)

1933 McCormick-Deering Farmall F-12 – 1933 to 1938

F-14 – 1938 & 1939 F-12 – 1934, 1935, 1936

Pictured is a 6 HP Witte buzz saw outfit. The outfit was bought
new during the depression by five farm families near Sullivan,
Illinois. By going together the farmers were able to provide
themselves with inexpensive fuel for their homes. It is going to be
used to cut firewood. It runs smoothly.

This is a close-up of a 6 HP Witte. It uses a Kingston
carburetor.

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