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About the J.L. Case Heritage Foundation

Don’t miss our Upcoming Annual Expo! 2022 Expo will be located in Denton, North Carolina
J.I. Case Heritage Foundation P.O. Box 081156 Racine, WI 53408-1156 (507) 360-7493
We are dedicated to the preservation of and information about J.I. Case machines, equipment and collectible memorabilia.
Jerome Increase Case founded his threshing machine company in 1842. By the late 19th century, Case was one of the largest builders of steam engines, traction engines, threshing machines and other harvesting equipment. The J.I. Case Threshing Machine Company set a standard of excellence and reliability in the farm equipment industry. The J.I. Case Heritage Foundation was begun in 1987 with the goal of promoting and preserving our agricultural heritage, specifically Case items. Members enjoy finding, restoring and exhibiting Case machinery from bygone eras. Old Case literature, toys and scale replicas of Case equipment are also collected. The J.I. Case Foundation welcomes all members, regardless of his or her interests -- as long as it is Case related!
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A one-year subscription to The Heritage Eagle Magazine. which includes four issues per year. An invitation to our annual Expo at a variety of host locations. Connections with people who share your interests and have knowledge and resources on repairing or restoring Case equipment. View our Gallery. Opportunity to advertise or share stories and photos published in The Heritage Eagle.
The Heritage Eagle The Foundation’s quarterly magazine, The Heritage Eagle, serves as the main source of communication among members who live across the United States, Canada and overseas. Each issue is 44 full-color pages packed with photos and informative articles about a wide variety of Case equipment and collectibles, reviews of shows and auctions, Case items for sale, plus many other features and stories of interest to everyone who appreciates our agricultural past --- with a concentrated focus on Case, of course.
J.I. Case Heritage Foundation

About the J.L. Case

Heritage Foundation

Don’t miss our Upcoming Annual Expo! 2022 Expo will be located in Denton, North Carolina
J.I. Case Heritage Foundation P.O. Box 081156 Racine, WI 53408-1156 (507) 360-7493
We are dedicated to the preservation of and information about J.I. Case machines, equipment and collectible memorabilia.
Jerome Increase Case founded his threshing machine company in 1842. By the late 19th century, Case was one of the largest builders of steam engines, traction engines, threshing machines and other harvesting equipment. The J.I. Case Threshing Machine Company set a standard of excellence and reliability in the farm equipment industry. The J.I. Case Heritage Foundation was begun in 1987 with the goal of promoting and preserving our agricultural heritage, specifically Case items. Members enjoy finding, restoring and exhibiting Case machinery from bygone eras. Old Case literature, toys and scale replicas of Case equipment are also collected. The J.I. Case Foundation welcomes all members, regardless of his or her interests -- as long as it is Case related!
A one-year subscription to The Heritage Eagle Magazine. which includes four issues per year. An invitation to our annual Expo at a variety of host locations. Connections with people who share your interests and have knowledge and resources on repairing or restoring Case equipment. View our Gallery. Opportunity to advertise or share stories and photos published in The Heritage Eagle.
The Heritage Eagle The Foundation’s quarterly magazine, The Heritage Eagle, serves as the main source of communication among members who live across the United States, Canada and overseas. Each issue is 44 full-color pages packed with photos and informative articles about a wide variety of Case equipment and collectibles, reviews of shows and auctions, Case items for sale, plus many other features and stories of interest to everyone who appreciates our agricultural past --- with a concentrated focus on Case, of course.
J.I. Case Heritage Foundation