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International Cub Cadet

International Cub Cadet | Print | Wisconsin Historical Society
Advertisement for International's Cub Cadet lawn and garden tractor from the back of "Tractor Farming" magazine.  The advertisement features color photographs of men using the Cadet; the photograph at the top depicts a rotary mower, and the lower photograph shows a Cadet with a cultivator. The headline text reads: "Today's most advanced lawn and garden tractor; New International Cub Cadet."
DESCRIPTION
Advertisement for International's Cub Cadet lawn and garden tractor from the back of "Tractor Farming" magazine. The advertisement features color photographs of men using the Cadet; the photograph at the top depicts a rotary mower, and the lower photograph shows a Cadet with a cultivator. The headline text reads: "Today's most advanced lawn and garden tractor; New International Cub Cadet."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:76214
Creation Date: 1961
Creator Name:International Harvester Company
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Collection Name:International Harvester Company magazines and newsletters, 1909-1984
Genre:Print
Original Format Type:prints, photomechanical
Original Format Number:MCC MSS 9Z, Box 26, Vols.44-45
Original Dimensions:8 x 10 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The caption beneath the headline reads, "Here's new help to keep your house lawn and farmstead yards neat and trim-to eliminate hoeing in the vegetable garden-even to mow fence rows where your bigger tractor can't go. It's the new International Cub Cadet, built to the same standards of quality and operating ease as the big Farmall and International tractors used in your fields. With the seven-horsepower Cub Cadet and 38-inch rotary mower, you can easily mow an acre of lawn an hour. In the garden, straddle-cultivate low-growing crops eight to 12 inches high, or clean-cultivate between 40-inch rows. The new Cub Cadet is fun to run, a pleasure to work. Even Mom and the teen-agers will enjoy yard and garden work with the new Cub Cadet! Come in and see the new cub Cadet soon!" The text at the bottom of the page reads, "CR-1341-L MT. Printed in the United States of America."
SUBJECTS
Gardens
Lawns
Advertising
Agricultural machinery industry
Men
Outdoor photography
Farmers
Agricultural machinery
Tractors
Trees
Clothing and dress
Eyeglasses

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