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Description: Men at desks in the Pawling & Harnischfeger advertising department. Large windows on left look out towards another building, and men on equipment can be se...
Description: Men working at desks at the Pawling & Harnischfeger shop office. A row of windows is on the left, and another building can be seen through an open window.
Description: Elevated view from window of the Pawling & Harnischfeger factory on the corner of National Avenue and 44th Street. The road in front has power lines along...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Operators cab of a Pawling & Harnischfeger crane at the Illinois Steel Co. warehouse in South Chicago.
Description: A head and shoulders portrait of William Dempster Hoard (1836-1918).
Description: A Pawling & Harnischfeger monorail hoist with a grab bucket. The rail is stamped with the text "Capacity 6,000 Lbs., No. 3245". A man stands in the cab loo...
Description: Elevated view of six men on the shore of a river, with piles of clam shells inside loose wooden fences near a pile of firewood and an axe. The firewood may...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Edward Scofield, Republican Governor of Wisconsin, 1897-1901.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: The home of the Ludwig M. Krubsack family.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Three men stand outdoors near a barn, with one man holding a rope through a ring through the bull's nose. The men are wearing long coats and hats. In the b...
Description: A Pawling & Harnischfeger type "AN" hoist with a grab bucket and an enclosed trolley over railroad tracks with a train car underneath it. The crane is stam...
Description: A view of a ravine showing rock strata and a stream.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Street corner featuring an International truck dealership, hardware store and hotel. Men are standing on the sidewalk in front of the dealership building....
Description: The Lincoln Junior High School in Monroe, razed in 1976 and designed by Claude and Starck.
Description: Alexander Krueger holding up a mink that Edgar Krueger trapped. Edgar stands next to him looking at the mink while holding his rifle.
Description: Men standing among molds in a section of the malleable foundry at International Harvester's Osborne Works. The factory was owned by the D.M. Osborne Compan...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of two young Ho-Chunk women posing standing in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing contemporary dark skirts and light blouses. Id...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Grant Park through a window of the offices of International Harvester on Michigan Avenue. Trains are passing in the background behind a la...
Description: The horse, with a man holding him by a lead, is standing in a meadow with chickens and a fence in the background.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
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