Farmall is the brand name for a line of tractors built by International Harvester from the 1920s to the 1970s. Originally known as McCormick-Deering Farmall, and later known as McCormick Farmall, Farmall tractors were general purpose tractors that became a popular brand for IH for over 50 years. In 1973, International Harvester discontinued the Farmall brand, but the love for the hard-working machines lives on. Today, many old Farmall tractors can still be seen working in fields and adorning antique collections.
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With a humble beginning in 1889, Hamilton Carhartt & Company (known today as Carhartt, Inc.) was established by Hamilton Carhartt in Dearborne, Michigan. Makers of heavy-duty workwear, the company started with 5 employees and 2 sewing machines and expanded operations to mills in Georgia and South Carolina by 1910. This expansion also included the establishment of several new sewing facilities across the United States, Canada and abroad, including Atlanta, Detroit, Dallas, San Francisco, Walkerville, Toronto, Vancouver, and Liverpool. Later, the company would open a large office and warehouse in New York and another facility in Paris, France.
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