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Description: Unidentified child actor with very short hair in a publicity still for "The North Star."
Description: Facing the camera, Farley Granger smiles broadly in a publicity still for "The North Star."
Description: Farley Granger poses in profile for a publicity still for "The North Star."
Description: Ardella Nelson of Klemme, Iowa, a member of the Teen and Twenty club, points out something on the screen to Mrs. Florence Benjamin, formerly of Berkeley, C...
Description: Elevated view of International TD-9 crawler tractors (TracTracTors) equipped with bulldozers and front-end loaders parked in rows in a dirt lot. The origin...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View from the Wisconsin Avenue Bridge. A building on the left has a large sign for Gimbel's on its roof. Beyond the river in the background are two large s...
Description: Interior view of the Cottage Cafe, located at 917 University Avenue.
Description: Six scouts, all members of Den 1, Pack 309, of the Lapham School Cub Scouts, with a toy circus displayed in the window of the F.W. Karstens store, 24 North...
Description: Farley Granger smiles broadly in a publicity still for "The North Star."
Description: Front cover of an advertising brochure for the 1940 line of International D-400 and DS-400 series cab-over-engine trucks.
Description: Henry Johnson house, 304 West Washington Avenue, built in 1856 by Neely Gray.
Description: Employees leaving International Harvester's Bettendorf Works at the end of their work day. A sign in the background reads "Produce for Victory."
Description: Proprietor George Judisch (right) and a clerk in his pharmacy's prescription department.
Description: Ten individual portraits of University of Wisconsin football players each standing on a Toledo No-Springs scale. Included are: Joe Campbell, John Davey,...
Description: Seabees at Camp Rousseau train to use an International TD-18 diesel crawler tractor (TracTracTor) equipped with a bulldozer. Various vehicles and machinery...
Description: A mechanic works on a truck at Chisholm Brothers, an International Harvester dealership in Snake River Valley, Idaho. On the right the front of a truck cha...
Description: A view north of Wells Street with a bridge visible on the right. Two large smokestacks, and a tall building with a clock break up the skyline. On the left...
Description: George Stein, photographer, on the right, and Frank Marx, window decorator, on the left in Manchesters Department Store. They are looking at a 10' tall pos...
Date: 1943-04 after
Description: Navy personnel sitting at typewriters wearing headphone learning code, probably during World War II. The sailors are in an auditorium or gymnasium, possib...
Description: The women of the Ukrainian Pavlov family braid hair in a publicity still for "The North Star." From left to right the actresses are Ann Carter, Anne Baxter...
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