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Description: View across road of a row of men and women standing beside a rail car powered with an International PA-100 power unit. To the right of the car is another t...
Description: Interior of a rail car powered by an International PA-100 power unit. The car was owned by the Rapid City, Black Hills, and Western Rail Road line.
Description: Man standing at the back of a manure spreader decorated with signs reading "Sucky Likes," "It's Roasted," "Only the Finest Ingredients Go into Sucky Likes,...
Description: A photographer in the foreground takes a picture of two oil wells powered by an International PA-50 power unit and owned by Lee Petroleum Corporation.
Description: Men set up a Wilson double-drum spudder made by Wilson Manufacturing Company, and an International PA-100 power unit at a well owned by Cato Oil Company, I...
Description: View up hill of the public school, which is a two-story wood frame building with a belfry in the center of the roof. Stairs lead to the arched entrance, an...
Description: A man uses two horses to pull a New No. 4 riding cultivator through a field on R.C. Burke's farm.
Description: A man sits behind the wheel of a P-12 shop mule in a dirt lot in front of the Terre Haute Malleable & Manufacturing Company building.
Description: Children boarding an International D-30 bus. The bus was equipped with a 155-inch wheel base and a Hicks body.
Description: A view of Fort Crawford after restoration.
Description: Men and women examine trucks, tractors and farm equipment on display on the grounds at the Missouri State Fair.
Description: Hommels Star Food Store at 606 S. Park Street, with promotional truck in front of store, and children looking on. Vehicle has a painted sign on the side, "...
Description: Men operating machinery in a sawmill powered by an International PK-40 power unit.
Description: International D-2 truck used by the Home and Telegraph Company. A man on a telephone pole is dressed in a suit and tie. The D-2 truck had a 113-inch wheel...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Back of Main Building at Highlander Folk School.
Description: View from water of vacation cabins and boats along lake shoreline of Turtle Flowage. The roof of the building on the right says: "Al's Place / Lunches — Ca...
Description: A group of Rotarian tourists pose next to their tour bus in England. Joseph Jackson of Madison, the tall man in the back row wearing a hat, was a national...
Description: Iceman delivering a block of ice from an International D-300 streamlined truck to an office building in downtown Milwaukee. The man worked for the Wisconsi...
Description: International D-346-F 3.5 to 7 ton truck equipped with a Failing Supply Co. Model 55 core-drilling and shallow-well-drilling rig. The truck was also equipp...
Description: A man operates an Adams Motor Grader #102 owned by Eaton & Smith at the back entrance of the San Francisco World's Fair. The motor grader was powered by an...
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