|Fred Bowman posted|
600 South Michigan as viewed from Wabash. Originally Headquarters to International Harvester, its now home to Columbia College, who I might add, helped restore much of the detailing.
By Christian Eckstorm in 1906 in a neoclassical style
|1909 Annual Report, last page|
This land was IH's proving grounds. I have passed Navistar's Proving Grounds more than once, but all you can see from the road is a sign, a fence and a bunch of trees.
|Wilson Farms posted|
Martin Rickatson I’m heading to Burr Ridge tomorrow - hope to be able to post a current photo of this tractor.Dennis DeBruler Are you a dealer? The receptionist told me they had a museum, but only groups of special people can see it. I'm certainly not special. They would not even let me take pictures of the displays in the entry lobby! I guess I'm going to have to visit John Deere's three visitor centers instead.Martin Rickatson I’m a farming writer/journalist from the UK coming over with a group of dealers and customers. I’ll be there in the morning so look out for some photos.