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Description: Three employees of the Publicity Division of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department: Mr. Cooley, Mr. Remley and Miss McNulty.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Bluebell line of cream separators. Features an illustration of a woman encountering a bird an...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Marie Seipp Lefens, one of the daughters of Chicago brewer Conrad Seipp with his first wife, Maria Josepha Teutsch. She i...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Alma Schmidt Petersen (1894-1989). The granddaughter of Chicago brewer Conrad Seipp, Alma and her husband Dr. William F....
Description: Elevated view of a crowd gathered outside International Harvester's Deering Works at Fullerton and River, as a crew of firemen works to extinguish a fire i...
Description: A woman sitting in a wooden chair while using an electric iron on clothing. A laundry basket is at her feet.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of Emma Sybilla Seipp Schmidt (1868-1942), daughter of Chicago brewer Conrad Seipp. She is wearing a black dress with lace trim, a...
Description: Carte-de-visite cartoon drawing of Jefferson Davis, being captured by Union troops while wearing a dress and escorted by other women. Titled "A So Called P...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Full-length portrait of Alma Seipp posing seated in an ornately carved chair. She wears a floor-length gown with high collar and ribbon trim. Alma is a dau...
Description: A female factory worker machines a part in the ball bearing plant at West Pullman Works.
Description: Mrs. Anna Woodward, Kate Quinney's employer, seated in an electric car parked in front of a city building.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for William Deering and Company farm machinery. Features an illustration of a young woman in a wheat field surrounded by bi...
Description: Rusty Brda of Schiller Park, Illinois (left) and Aileen Baumgardner of Merrillville, Indiana, "Cameo Girl" saleswomen for Bestline Incorporated, carry Best...
Description: A woman removing loose matches from a coat pocket before hanging it in a closet.
Date: date unknown
Description: A page from a scrapbook created by Andrew Webb Jr. when he was a patient at the Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium from 1931-1934, with images of An...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Factory workers at International Harvester's West Pullman Works inspecting 37-millimeter shells.
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: Front cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Milwaukee line of farm implements featuring a chromolithograph illustration of a woman...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Three women and a man dumping the beans they've picked into wooden containers at a vegetable garden northwest of Chicago.
Description: The Wisconsin Building at the Chicago World's Fair (Columbian Exposition).
Description: Waist-up portrait of Mrs. John Kinzie, born Juliette Augusta Magill (1808-1870), author of "Wau-Bun," from an oil painting made in 1855 by G.P.A. Healey.
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