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Description: Women assembled for a Tractorette School at Nodaway Co. Implement Co., an International Harvester dealership. Instructor and dealer John Schneider is condu...
Description: Portrait of Rose Weidenfeller, 1117 Mound Street, on the occasion of her 90th birthday.
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: Laxey Church, built prior to the Civil War, was named after Laxey in the Isle of Man, from which many of the immigrants had come. There is also a cemetery...
Description: Teacher Mary Kier, fourth grade teacher at Nakoma Elementary School, 3870 Nakoma Road, stands at the blackboard demonstrating a handwriting technique to he...
Description: Bruce Barton onstage at the Wilkie Rally during the opening speech of his campaign for election to the U.S. Senate.
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie. Governor Rennebohm and Ed Mercer admire...
Description: Druggist Maurice Sheehy in his drugstore's prescription department.
Description: 1917 Model M half-ton dump truck. Accompanying text states: "The first low-wheeled International Harvester trucks were produced in 1915 and offered greater...
Description: Mrs. Emil (Irene) Reiterman, 723 South Shore Drive, pictured with two prizewinning teams of roller canaries which she and her husband, Emil Reiterman, have...
Description: Woman with an International Harvester freezer on the cover of Harvester World magazine.
Description: Old English Room restaurant in the Belmont Hotel, 31 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Left-handed students in Mary Kier's fourth grade class at Nakoma Elementary School, 3780 Nakoma Road, show how easy it is to write "just like everyone else...
Description: View from across street of the storefront of Hanson & Offerdahl Men's Wear store, 1961 Winnebago Street, Madison's newest men's shop, taken on the occasion...
Description: Portrait of Ruby Kubota, president of Groves Housing Co-op of the University of Wisconsin. Her father, George Kubota, came to the United States from Japan...
Description: Members of Local 1114, United Steelworkers of America (Harnischfeger Corporation) at a holiday costume party.
Date: 1948 date unknown
Description: Journalist Cedric Belfrage, a co-founder of the "National Guardian", a weekly progressive newspaper. Belfrage, a British national, was later deported for h...
Description: C.O. Johnson (right) and his son Harold at the parts counter of their International Harvester dealership.
Description: Henry Bartholomay, Jr. and his wife, Clara Seipp Bartholomay pose at the corner of the screened porch at their summer home on the occasion of their fiftiet...
Description: The train engineer's view (looking east) of the Illinois Central Railroad crossing at Regent Street, Breeze Terrace, and Little Street, taken one-hundred f...
Description: Governor Oscar Rennebohm farm, on U.S. Highway 151, five miles east of the Capitol between Madison and Sun Prairie. Shows a herd of Holstein cows and a far...
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