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Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The Willett S. Main house, located at 511 North Carroll Street, was built in 1858.
Description: Two men a hay chopper on the McAllister farm.
Date: 1938-11 ca.
Description: A young boy sits while getting his hair curled with an electric curling iron. According to an article that appeared in the January 9, 1939 Life maga...
Description: A farmer uses a Farmall tractor (off camera) to power an ensilage cutter. The tractor was owned by the South Wheeler Silo Filling Ring.
Description: The Oscar D. Brandenburg house, 22 Langdon Street. Later the Theta Delta Chi fraternity house. Razed and replaced in 1972 by the Langdon Apartments. Oscar...
Description: A farmer uses a Ronning ensilage cutter powered by a Farmall F-30 tractor to harvest corn on the Purdue University livestock farm.
Description: Young man inspecting the interior of an International Model D-2 station wagon ("woody") outside an International Harvester dealership.
Description: Factory worker using a Hannifin hydraulic riveter on a frame assembly line at International Harvester's Fort Wayne Works.
Description: The sandstone house known as Walker's Castle was located in the 900 block of East Gorham Street. According to newspaper articles, it was built in about 186...
Description: Students standing in line, boarding an International D-35 bus with a Picayune body and 179-inch wheel base. The bus belonged to the Fox Consolidated School...
Description: A farmer uses a Farmall F-30 tractor to power a Ronning ensilage harvester on the Purdue University livestock farm.
Description: Color advertising poster for International industrial power equipment showing a crawler tractor (TracTracTor) excavating the site of the World's Fair. Inc...
Description: A McCormick-Deering cooler at the Buster Bottling Company. A worker with a "Drink Orange Crush" hat is moving soda bottles to a crate.
Description: Carved into a large stone lintel is "Seipp and Lehmann Lager Bier Keller. Gebaut 1864 [Seipp and Lehmann Lager Beer Cellar, Built 1864]." The stone rests o...
Description: Interior of an International bus with Picayune body. There are four long, bench-style seats, which appear to be made from leather (?). There is one seat fo...
Description: One-page card menu with red borders for club breakfasts at the Hotel Wisconsin. Features the silhouette of a waitress holding a tray with a steaming coffee...
Description: Three men use two International trucks to transport logs through a wooded area. The trucks were owned by F.J. Jacks, logger and retail lumberman.
Description: Two men sit in the bed of an International D-15 motor truck surrounded by cattle and pigs at a feed trough. Barns and a windmill are in the background. Th...
Description: Three Bad River Ojibwa women standing outdoors on a blanket. The women are all wearing dresses with beadwork. The woman in the middle is wearing a headband...
Description: Farmer Charles Hibbard uses his Farmall 14 tractor with attached fourteen section spring harrow to plow a field on his 400-acre farm.
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