| March/April 1970

Jerome I. Case was born May 6, 1887, in Racine, Wisconsin, and passed to the Great Beyond November 11, 1969, in Glendale, Calif. He was a son of the founder of J. I. Case works. He became General Works Manager of the Case Works in Racine, Wis. As a boy he drove the world's record trotting horse. Jay-eye-See. He worked with and drove what we know as the old steamers. This information was sent to us by his son, Jackson I. Case. Mr. Jackson Case has a son named Jerome I. Case III, and they are the only direct heirs of the original Jerome I Case left.


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