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Description: A group of children and adults gathers around an International truck carrying a replica of McCormick's original reaper. The reaper replicas were made for t...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Esther Peterson, a student at Mud Branch School, District No. 2, poses leaning against a tree on a hill while holding a baseball bat. There is a road and f...
Description: Elevated view of men and women lined up on sidewalk to enter an International bus owned by Winnipeg Electric Company. The bus is marked "Fort Garry." A lar...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for McCormick-Deering Tractors and Trailers. Includes a photograph of men loading brush or shrubs into a trailer hitched t...
Description: Back and front covers of the program for the 1939 National Air Races, with a special label acknowledging the role of Harry Bruno as publicist for the Bendi...
Description: The crowd at a free air show sponsored by the recently organized Waukesha Aviation Club in order to dedicate their new airport. In actuality, the club's ai...
Description: Camp Randall Memorial Arch with a gated path.
Description: Men unloading barrels of Hudepohl beer from an International B-4 truck in front of the "Bay Horse Exchange." Other stores on the city street include the Ma...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: View of covered bridge above the Wisconsin River, 1 mile from Boscobel.
Description: Men load a tall wooden crate transporting a giraffe onto the bed of an International D-40 truck. The animal was one of a pair being driven from New York to...
Description: Pahl Tire Company, located at 208 E. Washington Avenue. Opened in 1936, moved to 202 East Washington Avenue about 1960, closed in 2013.
Description: The Riley-Bremer-Riley Oldsmobile garage on E. Doty Street began as the Riley Livery Stable when horse-drawn transportation reined and then transitioned to...
Description: Two men stand beside an International C-1 station wagon ("woody") owned by Hotel Marblehead. Men and women passengers sit inside the vehicle along with the...
Description: Men gather around an International D-40 truck stuck in soft sand on a road along a shoreline.
Description: Stores on West Mifflin Street including Jordan's Clothing, 119, Blackhawk Electric Company, 121, New York Store Rugs 123, and Virginia Grill, 125.
Description: A man sits behind the wheel of an International D-246-F logging truck owned by the Eatonville Transfer Company. Several logs are secured onto the truck bed...
Description: Children disembark from an International Model C-30 school bus parked in front of the "oldest [frame] school house" in America. The bus was one of seven ow...
Description: Elevated view of group of boats and people on shoreline of a river in Peru, with mountains in the background.
Description: Velodrome at Washington Park with a "USA Work Program WPA" sign in the infield. Sprinklers are watering the grass.
Description: Page from an advertising brochure for International trucks. Two International trucks owned by the Ritter Bros. are parked on a highway construction site wh...
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