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Description: A factory worker stacks tires on a Cub Cadet lawn tractor as he readies it for shipment from International Harvester's Louisville Works. The machine will b...
Description: Group portrait of nine men and teen athletes. Seated left to right are Bob Kessenich; Jack Nagle, Marquette University basketball coach; Coach Dick Trotta;...
Description: Factory workers walk between rows of molds for machine implement parts at the Chattanooga Plow Works.
Description: A factory worker holds a tire as he works to assemble an International Harvester Cub Cadet at the company's Louisville Works.
Description: Three Phi Beta Phi alumnae members pose with Arrowcraft products. The sorority will be selling the products to benefit the Settlement School of Gatlenburg,...
Description: Two women stand behind a display showing International Harvester's Christmas gifts for it's male and female employees in the armed forces. The women's gift...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Isaiah Pyant, C.I.O. member, sitting in an armchair in his home reading the newspaper.
Description: Jerome A. Watrous in uniform, wearing medals for his military service during the Civil War and the Spanish-American War.
Description: Men and women look at an International Harvester Company display featuring illustrations, posters, and machinery parts used in wartime work. The text in th...
Description: Factory workers at Louisville Works pack a Cub Cadet inside a cardboard box in preparation for shipment by rail to International Harvester dealerships.
Description: Cub Cadet lawn tractors ready for shipping lined up on a conveyor belt at International Harvester's Louisville Works factory. The machines were boxed with...
Description: Housed in the Northwoods Petroleum Museum.
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length oval studio group portrait of six young people, three boys and three girls. The girls are wearing fancy dresses and the boys are wearing sui...
Description: Arthur Altmeyer, Ellen Woodward and George Bigge in an early meeting of the Social Security Board.
Description: Photographic postcard of a studio portrait of a girl on the occasion of her First Communion. She is dressed in a white dress and flowered tiara and holds a...
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk men posed sitting. They are wearing suit coats and vests, the man on the left wears a hat and turtleneck sweater,...
Description: Students working in a tin shop at the Indian Industrial School.
Description: Prison photographs (two quarter-length, one full-length) of Joseph Young, inmate number 25417, a bookkeeper and switchboard operator.
Description: Mrs. Harvey Blue pouring maple sugar candies. Mrs. Blue, in flowered apron, holds a white pot in one hand and a ladle of maple sugar confection in the othe...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of an African American woman. She is wearing a dark dress or blouse and a necklace and earrings.
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