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Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A female factory worker looks at an index card in what appears to be a parts storage area at International Harvester's Tractor Works. The boxes stacked ab...
Date: date unknown
Description: Woman sweeping up debris in a warehouse at International Harvester's Deering Works twine mill. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company until...
Description: Female worker using a drill press in a window display at International Harvester's employment office in the company's Michigan Avenue annex. The display ce...
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Front cover of an advertising catalog for McCormick farm implements featuring a chromolithograph illustration of a woman holding a bundle of wheat against...
Description: Elevated view of a group of salesmen and "Cameo Girl" saleswomen from Bestline Incorporated. They are standing in a snow-covered parking lot in front of tw...
Description: Mrs. Streeter, wife of Chicago eccentric George Wellington Streeter, posing with her dog in her garden in "Streeterville".
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages along the streets in front of the city block that housed the McCormick Reaper Building. The building...
Description: A female operator at an International Harvester Company factory welds the end plates of a M-5 high-speed tractor. The tractor was built for the Army to pul...
Description: "Cameo Girls," saleswomen for the Cameo Retail Division of Bestline Incorporated, sit in the cab and look through the windshield of a pink-colored IH CO-Tr...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Steel Cloverleaf line of manure spreaders. Features a color illustration of a woman feeding a...
Description: Lillian Anderson of Racine, Wisconsin, Queen of the "Century of Progress" world's fair, poses near a tractor in the International Harvester exhibit.
Description: A man and two women working in the canvas department at International Harvester's Deering Works (factory). The canvas was likely used for grain binders, ha...
Description: Nurse writing at a desk inside an office at McCormick Works. The McCormick Works was built by Cyrus McCormick in 1873 and became part of International Harv...
Description: Men and women ride on an International float in the United Nations Parade. The text on the float reads, "99.2% Harvester Employees Buy War Bonds."
Description: A woman stoops to remove an electrical cord from in front of a vacuum cleaner.
Description: A woman stands behind a counter at the Tractor Works cafeteria. The shelves in front of her are filled with slices of pie on plates and ice cream in bowls.
Description: Group portrait in front of a large stone building with arches of members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 880 holding giant pennie...
Description: An International U.S. D-15 mail truck used by American Airlines is parked with its rear doors open on a runway in front of an airplane. Two men are working...
Date: 1903 ca.
Description: Mrs. Joseph Smith seated on a bench in Jackson Park. In the background are horse-drawn vehicles.
Description: Katherine (Kate) Quinney, Richard Quinney's great aunt, standing on the shore of Lake Michigan with a ship in the background.
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