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Description: Factory workers handle chain in the chain department, possibly at McCormick Works.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Cover of advertising catalog for the Empire Jr. line of grain drills manufactured by the American Seeding-Machine Company and sold by International Harvest...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of workers filing out of the gates of the McCormick Reaper Works at the end of a work day. The factory became part of the International Harve...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the Kentucky line of grain drills manufactured by the American Seeding-Machine Company of Richmond, Indiana. The machin...
Description: Two women, one walking a pair of toy poodle dogs, on a sidewalk in front of the Churchill Hotel.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the Empire Jr. line of grain drills manufactured by the American Seeding-Machine Company of Richmond, Indiana. The mach...
Description: Office(?) workers reading in the library at the Deering Works Club. In the background the librarian (seated at desk) appears to be checking books in and ou...
Description: Factory workers tend to machines on wheeled carts at International Harvester's McCormick Works factory. The carts run along a track embedded in the floor.
Description: Exterior view of Libby Prison War Museum.
Description: International A-5 beer truck in front of "Streets of Paris" ocean-liner attraction at the "Century of Progress" Worlds Fair. The truck was owned by Chas H....
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: International M series panel truck used for delivery of baked goods. The truck was owned by Michele Riverso, Panetteria Napolitana of 1450 W. Polk Street.
Description: Children joining hands while playing in an alleyway between brick buildings in an area of tenement housing. A line of laundry suspended over the alley is h...
Description: Men use a pulley to raise bales of sisal from the ground of a warehouse to the top of a pile of stacked bales. Others use dollies to wheel in additional ba...
Description: International Harvester dealers from Dubuque, Iowa arriving at the Illinois Central Station for a sales conference.
Description: Four factory workers standing along a countertop at the McCormick Works.
Description: Mrs. J.E. Waggoner passing plaid fabric through a wringer after using an electric washing machine. A washboard is hanging on the wall in the background, an...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: International G-1(?) truck carrying International Harvester Company women workers during World War I. The truck is decorated with flags and shields bearing...
Description: Workers spray-painting a wagon wheel inside the paint room at International Harvester's Accurate Engineering Works.
Description: Portrait of Brooks McCormick (1917-), an International Harvester executive. Brooks McCormick began his career with IH in 1940, serving throughout the decad...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: Emma Seipp, third from left in second row, poses with eight other young women against a carved studio prop and painted backdrop. Two of the other women, Em...
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