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Description: Illustration of the McCormick Reaper and Mower Works of 1847. The factory was located on the north bank of the Chicago River, east of the Michigan Avenue B...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: McCormick Reaper Works and rail yard as seen from across a canal. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company until 1902 when it beca...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Two young girls looking at a stuffed or mechanical cow in the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Description: Ringling Brothers circus wagons, horses, and tents with the Chicago skyline in the background.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: International Model "L-101" truck parked alongside a curb. The truck has a sign advertising the company's West Pullman Works.
Description: William Deering & Company factory as viewed from across Fullerton Avenue. The factory was built by William Deering in 1880. In 1902 it became International...
Description: Sisal (hennequen) fiber streaming from machines at the McCormick Twine Mill.
Description: View of a bathroom at the McCormick factory. A row of sinks stand in the foreground, and several toilet stalls with overhead tanks are along the back wall....
Description: Entrance hall and main staircase of 675 Rush Street [?].
Description: A florist's truck drives past an intersection in a business district. Buildings in the background have signs reading "Delaware Towers Grill" and "Hotel Mar...
Description: International Harvester's McCormick Works at dusk. The McCormick Works was built by Cyrus McCormick in 1873 and became part of International Harvester in 1...
Description: Early Apothecary Shop exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Description: Display in the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry. The display consists of a McCormick Farmall tractor with a mannequin sitting o...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View from across the street of a man driving an International Model M truck for the Chas. Seip Baking Company on a snow-covered street. Tire chains have be...
Description: McCormick-Deering tractor and a No. 8 harvester-thresher (combine) parked in front of a factory building.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of women and young girls posed in dresses and flowered hats in an urban area, perhaps near the McCormick Works Club House. There app...
Description: Edward Petersen at home, wearing a smoking jacket with quilted collar and cuffs. He is sitting in a wide doorway, hung with tasseled draperies, holding a c...
Description: Ornately decorated dining room at 675 Rush Street [?], the McCormick family residence.
Description: A page from "The American Magazine" featuring the architect, George Fred Keck. He is shown with an architectural model of a "solar" home.
Description: Exterior view from across street of the "McCormick Mansion" located at 716 North Rush Street.
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