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Description: Arnold Batson works with natural and synthetic rubbers in the rubber laboratory at the Gas Power Engineering Department. The original caption reads, "Exper...
Description: Elevated view of members of the Farm Equipment Workers Union meeting in a parking lot of the McCormick Works factory located at the corner of Oakley and Bl...
Date: 1966 ca.
Description: Men look over papers on the hood of an International Scout during International Harvester's move from 180 N. Michigan to 401 N. Michigan. The building in t...
Description: Two workmen use a McCormick-Deering I-12 industrial tractor to a pull Boeing U.S. mail and express airplane from a Municipal Airport hangar during the Amer...
Description: Female factory workers at the McCormick Works twine mill use machines to wind twine onto spools.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for McCormick tillage implements. Features an illustration of a farmer in a field with a horse-drawn disk harrow.
Description: Men work on crawlers inside an International Harvester factory, possibly Tractor Works.
Description: Staged scene of a toddler playing with shot gun shells and a hammer. This photograph was taken for International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Departm...
Description: Advertising photograph of a man in overalls and hat pointing to an International Harvester part. The photograph was taken in a studio and used in company...
Description: Female workers sewing canvas side folds on binder aprons at International Harvester's McCormick Works. The McCormick Works was built by Cyrus McCormick in...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Workers in the metal finishing room at the McCormick Reaper Works. In 1902 the factory became part of the International Harvester Company.
Description: A woman stands next to a "Tomac Plasma Bank," a refrigerated cabinet designed to store blood plasma. The original caption reads, "Tomac Plasma Bank, engine...
Description: A man standing at a machine, in what is possibly the McCormick Works twine mill, handles bags, probably containing sisal to be made into twine.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Young boy and girl sitting on a pile of rocks with a cat and a dog outside the Sunnyside School. Boy cradles a cat under his arm while a girl feeds a dog b...
Description: Factory Superintendent E.C. Lutz (center) and Assistant Chief Inspector F.H. Pfhol (right) look over a McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractor torn down for inspec...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Keystone line of tillage implements. Features a color illustration of a farmer behind a horse...
Date: 1942-05-25 ca.
Description: Female factory worker operates a surface grinder at International Harvester's 20 (twenty) millimeter gun plant. Original caption reads: "This woman employe...
Description: Mr. Kuss of International Harvester's Chicago North Side Branch with an International model D-2-M truck with a 102-inch wheelbase and a Metro body. Mr. Kus...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of the photographer Ferdinand Hotz (March 14, 1868 - December 28, 1946) as a young man. He wears a fine suit and a single pearl stu...
Description: Factory workers tend to machines on wheeled carts at International Harvester's McCormick Works factory. The carts run along a track embedded in the floor.
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