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CKRICHARD

11-12-2017 10:58:00




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Been a few years sense I was by these. There are two in the picture and two more at another gate way, I think there were two more at one time. As far as I know not a case collecter, just a rich KY horse farm.




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L.Fure

11-14-2017 05:07:57




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
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I'll hold the flash light if you shimmy up there to remove the eagle and hand it down to me. If you work fast we might end up with two of them. :lol:



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Glenn/Mn

11-13-2017 18:38:28




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
I do not, I started writing a book it has taken me all over the US, some places are helpful some not so much, I have three years into it and the exspence is incredible visiting research centers some place the hours are rather dispicable, and the costs on copying fees can run into the hundreds if not thousands of dollars, as such Kentucky is one of those places that are the to do list, you would need to go to the county records or state business records and track the ownership down, it can be done it just is expensive all I will say is the current books only show half of what JI case was into, by the way this had to do with the forced sale of fish brothers and he started THe JI case implement co in mpls, you are aware of the ranch in Texas but nothing is said about his California or Kentucky holdings he also had private rail cars dedicated for the horses that were shipped between wis, ky and ca he did not have one famous horse he had hundreds the auction sale books are enormous, I think it took two sales after his death

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L.Fure

11-13-2017 17:04:26




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
I would love to have an original Case eagle, only I'd keep mine in the living room despite my wife's consternation.



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olgentdc

11-14-2017 04:49:33




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to L.Fure, 11-13-2017 17:04:26  
thats 2 of us



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Glenn/Mn

11-13-2017 14:09:33




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
It was reported 0ct 25 1886 that at auction the Glenview stock farm in Lexington Kentucky was sold for $74,443.50 or $116.50 an acre it consisted of 639 acres and was sold to JI Case and SH wheeler of the wheeler sewing machine company in Chicago, I had not remembered the owners names my mistake

Studebaker and case each bought 800 acres in Monrovia California shortly after this in fact there was a case boulevard in Monrovia and a grace street ( case's daughter name) the later still exists can you imagine what that is worth today makes me wonder if their was not a connection to the kern county land company in California

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olgentdc

11-14-2017 06:02:24




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to Glenn/Mn, 11-13-2017 14:09:33  
i think you are tite on the money



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olgentdc

11-14-2017 06:04:21




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to olgentdc, 11-14-2017 06:02:24  
dangit1 ,AL thums! RIGHT ON the money , with yourstory



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CKRICHARD

11-13-2017 17:58:45




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to Glenn/Mn, 11-13-2017 14:09:33  
Glenn do you have an address, street / road name? This farm is not in Lexington but very close.



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Bruce from Can.

11-13-2017 02:41:44




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
I am surprised they don't fly off in the night.



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Glenn/Mn

11-12-2017 19:01:52




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
Mr. Case along with Mr. studebaker owned a large horse farm in Kentucky for breeding and training, I wonder if this is the place, I have the info at home not with me today



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451 CUBES

11-13-2017 13:21:59




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to Glenn/Mn, 11-12-2017 19:01:52  
Glenn/Mn

That would be interesting to know. Please let us know if you find that info.



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kevinthefixer

11-12-2017 15:42:52




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  
Well, they look pretty well cared for.



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CKRICHARD

11-12-2017 11:06:58




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 10:58:00  

Photo I hope



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Ande

11-12-2017 11:58:35




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to CKRICHARD, 11-12-2017 11:06:58  
Geez,love to see them, wonder how they got them, wish they were in a collection, or someplace they could be protected and care for. Just sayin



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tomturkey

11-12-2017 20:23:00




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 Re: Case eagle envy in reply to Ande, 11-12-2017 11:58:35  
Looks like they have been well cared for.......gobble



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