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Description: Worker transporting a McCormick-Deering No. 8 power-drive harvester-thresher (combine) with a McCormick-Deering tractor. The harvester-thresher is equipped...
Date: date unknown
Description: Wicker chairs, pillows, table, magazines, a Victrola, and a medicine cabinet in the infirmary at International Harvester' Deering Works twine mill. The fac...
Description: Female workers inserting wooden slats into canvas for grain binders in the McCormick Works Twine Mill. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Ma...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Four women pack and close wooden crates at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering harvester-threshers (combines). Includes a color illustration of farmers harvesting grain with a tractor and a har...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Two workers filling and sealing canisters with light truck red no. 50 paint inside the Paint Department of International Harvester's McCormick Works. The M...
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: Advertising card for William Deering & Company featuring a color chromolithograph illustration of a man showing "The Deering Binder, carefully studied and...
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...
Description: Office(?) workers reading in the library at the Deering Works Club. In the background the librarian (seated at desk) appears to be checking books in and ou...
Description: Advertising poster for the International No. 4 cultivator. Includes photographic illustrations and text describing the cultivator's features.
Description: Advertisement sent to International Harvester dealers promoting the 1925 McCormick-Deering farm equipment calendar. The calendar features an illustration o...
Description: A woman at International Harvester's Tractor Works looks through a filing cabinet or a card catalog. Other people are working in the background.
Description: Engineering photograph of an experimental Farmall 3F tractor "with miscellaneous attachments."
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Factory workers assembling a machine at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Lily brand of cream separators showing a woman drinking a cup of water from a handpump, and a...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Office of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company at 212 Market St. Two men and a boy stand outside the office on one side while three men sit on the oth...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering grain drills. Includes an illustration of a farmer operating a Farmall Regular tractor and a grain drill at night....
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Elevated view of hundreds of people, possibly factory workers, gathered to hear speeches outside International Harvester's Deering(?) Works. The event appe...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Long tables and chairs in a dining hall, probably at the McCormick Works. The tables are covered in table cloths and several cooks stand in the background....
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