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Description: Children standing in line, boarding an International D-300 bus near what appears to be a school building. This bus was equipped with 165" Hicks body.
Description: Five children looking at map of Presbyterian missions located throughout the world, at Christ Presbyterian Church, located at 124 Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: A motor car with an attached trailer drives down a railroad track. The car is operated by the Alabama & Florida Railroad Company and power is provided by a...
Description: Men use an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor), PD-80, and P-300 owned by Sam Seppala of Grand Marais, to log white pine. The original caption...
Description: The front of the Eilert Farm Equipment Company, an International Harvester dealership. The image appeared on the cover of a brochure titled the "McCormick-...
Description: Children standing in line, boarding an International D-300 bus near what appears to be a school buiding. This bus was equipped with 165" Hicks body.
Description: Men stand on a platform behind an International C-40 truck outfitted with an A-4 power unit and a Wilson winch. The truck and equipment were owned by Joe L...
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The house built by James McBride at 200 Farwell Drive. The house was later owned by Halle Steensland, Samuel H. Marshall, and Robert M. La Follette.
Description: A recently planted sapling in the backyard of an empty house, with other houses and roads visible in the background.
Description: Linden Hill Grocery Store, 36 South Fair Oaks Avenue. Anton "Tony" Lazarz and his wife Bernice, owners of the store, are seated on the curb across the stre...
Description: Factory worker with apron at International Harvester's Indianapolis Works. Original caption states: "Natco machine used for drilling all holes, counterbori...
Description: A group of children, boys and girls, reading at tables in a sunny reading room in the public library. When it opened in 1938, the Library had a seating cap...
Description: Right side view of the engine no. 1277, a steam locomotive of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company.
Description: A candid head and shoulders portrait of a young Dickey Chapelle without eyeglasses.
Description: An International P-20 power unit powers an oil pump owned by the Rajo Oil Corporation. A building is in the background.
Description: Cover of an International D-2 and D-5 truck brochure featuring a photo of a man unloading a D-2 truck. The truck was owned by The Liquid Carbonic Corporati...
Description: Drawing of a woman seated at a spinning wheel.
Description: An International Model D-30 picking up students on a rural road. This bus was equipped with a 191-inch wheel base. There is a similar bus in the background...
Description: International D-40 bus picking up school children in a residential neighborhood on a snowy day. The bus was equipped with a 235-inch Rex-Watson 49 passenge...
Description: View from across road of six men and one woman standing outside the Webster and Stonehouse flour mill. Another man stands in the back of a truck to the rig...
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