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Description: Farmall Cub tractor on display at Union Station. Signs advertise "The new! Farmall Cub; designed to mechanize America's small, family-size farms" and the p...
Description: Street view of the Madison Newspapers Building, located at the corner of South Carroll Street at West Doty Street. The capitol dome is visible at left and...
Description: Members of the Blackhawk Ski Club prepare the landing area at the club's ski jump at Tomahawk Ridge, located west of Middleton. From left are Jim Jardine,...
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: Men in jumpsuits and pith helmets on Farmall Cub tractors lined up to demonstrate the tractor and implements. The demonstration was staged in conjunction w...
Description: Southwest entrance steps to the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Description: W.T. Evjue, editor of the Capital Times, pleading not guilty in Superior Court, charged for publishing the name of a 19-year-old rape victim. To the...
Description: A group of soldiers lined up in a field for a Saturday morning review and a parade before officers. The soldiers likely belong to the "Harvester Battalion...
Description: Portrait of people at the head table at a banquet held at the Naval Reserve Training Center, 1046 E. Washington Ave. L to R front row - Mildred Norg (wife...
Description: Worker leveling gravel with a McCormick-Deering Farmall M tractor and a no. 7 angle dozer at International Harvester's Hinsdale farm and testing facility.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International D-15 trucks, featuring a photograph of a man loading a truck operated by Atlas Linen Supply Co. Original...
Description: Three girl scouts and the camp director chatting while sitting on a cot in a tent at Camp Brandenburg near Springfield Corners. Pictured left to right: M...
Description: Ben Stitgen, who in 1943 was business agent of Carpenters Local #314, and in 1946 was training officer of the U.S. Veterans Administration.
Description: View of St. Bernard's Catholic Church on Atwood Avenue.
Description: Madison Free Library, 206 North Carroll Street. The library was built with Carnegie money and opened in 1906. The name changed to Madison Public Library...
Description: Engineering three-quarter view from right rear of a Farmall A tractor with a two-way plow attachment. The text on the bottom of the photograph reads, "No.1...
Description: Uniformed Corp. J.L. Slack, a former International Harvester Company employee, dances with a woman wearing a dress and high heeled shoes at Port Clinton. O...
Description: Six members of the youth council looking on as City Manager Leonard G. Howell works at his desk.
Description: Framed architectural drawing by Law, Law, and Potter for the "Public Service Building."
Description: Man operating a McCormick-Deering M-11-H cotton picker in a cotton field.
Description: An oval portrait of Emma Seipp Schmidt hangs above a cabinet in the music room at Black Point. A modern style settee stands in the large window bay.
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