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Description: Cream separators on display in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: Farmall tractor and mounted experimental cotton-picker on display in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair. The cot...
Description: Factory workers assemble mower or grain binder parts at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
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...
Date: date unknown
Description: At an unidentified kosher butcher shop, a butcher holds up a chicken for a customer to examine. A sign in the background indicates that the butchers were m...
Date: 1956 ca.
Description: International RD-190 (?) truck with an armored body, operated by the Brinks Express Company on Lake Shore Drive. Automobiles are visible in the background....
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Workers assembling grain binders on an assembly line at International Harvester's McCormick Works. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machin...
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Ferdinand Hotz poses holding the 41.94 carat Emperor Maximilian Diamond, which he owned from 1919 to 1946. He is wearing pince nez glasses and a pearl tie...
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: 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: Two men wearing hats and overcoats walk along the sidewalk adjacent to a large building, possibly the McCormick Works factory. Signs on the electrical pol...
Description: McCormick-Deering single-cylinder vacuum pump (above) and a double-unit milker, part of the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" wo...
Description: A woman driving an International Harvester tractor leads the Automotive Week parade down the "Avenue of Flags" at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: At Lou Braslawsky's kosher meat market, a butcher holds a roast for a customer to examine. A sign at the back of the store suggests that chickens, not beef...
Description: A deliveryman relaxes while fuel oil flows from an International 620 fuel truck to an urban residential home.
Description: National Democratic political convention in Chicago. Thomas R. King, State Democratic Party Chairman, and William B. Rubin, delegate from Milwaukee.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: International G-1(?) truck carrying International Harvester Company women workers during World War I. The truck is decorated with flags and shields bearing...
Description: Employees packaging company publications for shipment in a warehouse. The warehouse is possibly part of Harvester Press. Publications may include advertisi...
Description: Man loading coal from an overhead bin into an International K-6 dump truck owned by South Chicago Coal and Dock Company. The slogan "coal stoker heat is be...
Description: Two factory workers use long-handled tongs to handle a long piece of heated metal at the McCormick Works factory.
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