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Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Charles A. Gutenkunst, Milwaukee company president.
Description: Scabs hired by the Colonial Sugar Company of New Orleans gather around a diner. United Packinghouse Workers Local 1124 was then on strike.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Women and men at work inside an office. The women are using typewriters. A large advertisement for International motor trucks is on one wall.
Description: Leo and Nancy Kiefer, along with children, Ann and Julieanne, live at W1053 Allen Road (Section 27). Nancy's father, Harley Sellnow, and grandfather, Wm Se...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Men at work on a bridge under construction.
Description: As an empty truck enters the Cudahy Packing Company plant in Kansas City, Kansas, striking United Packinghouse employees threaten the drivers by appearing...
Description: Three men meeting at a desk in a cubicle in an International Harvester Company office.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A large crew in a sectioned field harvests cranberries by hand from a Wisconsin cranberry bog. There are farm buildings in the background.
Description: George Stein, photographer, on the right, and Frank Marx, window decorator, on the left in Manchesters Department Store. They are looking at a 10' tall pos...
Description: Paul and Evangeline Koll have 27 stanchions in their barn. They ceased milking cows May 26, 1988.
Description: James L. Farmer, Jr. of CORE, speaking at a national conference of the United Packinghouse Workers of America. James Leonard Farmer, Jr. was a civil rights...
Date: 1935-10-01 ca.
Description: Truck driver W.A. Orell standing next to his Internaitonal truck. Original caption reads: "W.A. Orell - Safety driver." A painted sign on the door says: "...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a farmer from top of straw stack. The man uses a fork to push down the straw as more is being blown onto the pile from a thresher. More men in work...
Description: Rex Vane was photographed with "Boomer," on of the 31 Llamas that he is currently raising. They appear to be very docile animals.
Description: Men load pieces of lumber onto the bed of an International Model SL truck owned by the Equity Lumber Company.
Description: Commemorative Civil War roster of First Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry, Wisconsin Hussars Squadron "G". Depicts "Our Country as it was in 1860" with...
Description: A model or diorama depicting farmers with a Farmall tractor, truck, harvester-thresher (combine) and a horse in a field. The display was likely part of Int...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a lumberjack wearing a hat, fringed shirt, trousers, suspenders, and what appear to be spiked boots. He is holding a peavey and is posin...
Description: Attorney Warren D. Lucas, candidate for Madison City Council, seated at his desk.
Description: A large crew works in a sectioned field of cranberries in order to hand pick the harvest from a Wisconsin bog.
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