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Description: Men working at desks at the Pawling & Harnischfeger shop office. A row of windows is on the left, and another building can be seen through an open window.
Date: 1860 after
Description: An elephant wearing boots is carrying a banner that reads, "I ALWAYS WIN." The banner has a face on the left end and is holding up the elephant's tail with...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering harvester-threshers (combines) showing a tractor-drawn harvester-thresher in a field under the slogan: "Once Over...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Man standing and looking at buildings, possibly war-damaged, at International Harvester's Neuss Works in Germany. The Binder Twine Mill is located on the...
Date: date unknown
Description: Copy photograph of an oval-framed waist-up studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man posing sitting in front of a painted backdrop wearing a winter coat, bandana,...
Description: Members of the Kettle Moraine Railroad Club operate an HO gauge railroad on a 7x25 foot platform at a weekend model railroad show.
Description: Stereograph view of Archie Young, pilot and logging camp foreman for the Arpin Lumber company holding the rudder. A second man, Zack Dugas, a cousin is in...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A group of cranberry harvesters at work.
Description: Exterior view of a fish stocking railroad car. Two men are standing at an open doorway of the car, and another man is standing on the ground on the right.
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A Pawling & Harnischfeger monorail hoist with a grab bucket. The rail is stamped with the text "Capacity 6,000 Lbs., No. 3245". A man stands in the cab loo...
Description: Elevated view of six men on the shore of a river, with piles of clam shells inside loose wooden fences near a pile of firewood and an axe. The firewood may...
Description: A group of civilian workers from Port Hueneme exit an International trailer used in transportation to and from the naval base. The original caption reads,...
Description: Informal portrait of Mrs. Charles Belille, standing with a man and a child (possibly her husband and their child). The man is wearing traditional Ojibwe ce...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Three men stand outdoors near a barn, with one man holding a rope through a ring through the bull's nose. The men are wearing long coats and hats. In the b...
Description: View from road of a service station on the left with gas pumps. Next door is a meat market, a restaurant and a bank. A man is standing in front of the serv...
Description: Gust Wendorf in the horse pasture, holding the halter of a mare while her colt stands along side her. A small dog stands behind the mare.
Description: Advertising poster for the Fast Hitch features a cartoon of men performing the "nationally famous Fast-Hitch square dance" on Farmall tractors. A photograp...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (center) at the World Trade Center Ground Zero a few days after 9/11. Obey was there as the ranking Democrat on the Hou...
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Elevated view of two men harvesting hemp using a McCormick Farmall H tractor and hemp binder No.2. In the background are houses among trees.
Description: Alexander Krueger holding up a mink that Edgar Krueger trapped. Edgar stands next to him looking at the mink while holding his rifle.
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