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McKay exported over 10,000 harvesters to South American countries from 1901 until World War I. The Sunshine Waterloo factory was built in Canada in 1929 to break into the American header market but the harvesters proved unpopular.

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Link to full record and image Group of men including Hugh V. McKay standing on trainload of...

Link to full record and image Part of cargo for sailing ship 'Samaco' specially chartered...

Link to full record and image Photograph of Sunshine harvester working in South America

Link to full record and image Sunshine Harvester probably located in the factory in Argentina

Link to full record and image A line of four early hv McKay harvesters being pulled by horse...

Link to full record and image Teams of horse drawn H.V.McKay harvesters working in the field,...

Link to full record and image A Massey-Harris hay loader operating at Sunshine, Waterloo,...

Link to full record and image Farmers viewing a Sunshine auto header at the show at Dodge...

 

 

 


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