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Description: Professor Hood, head of the music department at Rockford College, leaning on a piano.
Description: Workers on an assembly line building and adjusting truck chassis's and engines at International Harvester's Chatham Works, Ontario, Canada. The factory was...
Date: date unknown
Description: Drew Pearson (left), and Robert S. Allen (right), whose syndicated column "Washington Merry Go Round" made them among the nation's best known journalists....
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Men standing among molds in a section of the malleable foundry at International Harvester's Osborne Works. The factory was owned by the D.M. Osborne Compan...
Description: Milt Mehlberg filling bottles with finished maple syrup from his farm. Mehlberg is pouring syrup from a large sieve into a glass bottle. Several bottles an...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of John Johnson, a private in Company D, 15th Wisconsin Infantry. The following information was obtained from the Regimental an...
Description: View of group of people gathered around a bar for a Ducks Unlimited event.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Edwin E. White.
Description: Original caption reads: "International motor trucks used by Gatti-Hallicrafters Expedition shown inside and outside of Manhattan showrooms, International H...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Colonel Robert S. Allen, a well-known journalist before World War II, lost his arm while on active duty in Europe. He is seated here with Dr Anton Dvorak,...
Description: Studio portrait, in front of a painted backdrop, of a young Ho-Chunk man posing sitting wearing a suit coat and hat between two young Ho-Chunk women posing...
Description: Scene still from "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye."
Date: 1858 before
Description: Ferrotype/tintype of Eleazer Williams (circa 1788-1858). He faces slightly left and wears a dark suit with stand collar. Cheeks and lower lip hand tinted...
Description: Three-quarter length oval studio portrait of Svend Torgerson, a private in Company D, 15th Wisconsin Infantry. The following information was obtained from...
Description: Making use of Bloch's graduation outfit to photograph a "nutty professor" scene.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Clifton Williams, Milwaukee lawyer.
Description: International Harvester Vice President John Morrow, Jr. sits behind a desk.
Description: Factory workers painting crawler tractors (TracTracTors) at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Jill Molinaro and Patrick Levenhagen shop for wedding rings.
Description: Studio portrait of two standing men wearing greatcoats and top hats, and holding canes. The man on the left is probably John Carish, who worked in the butc...
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