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Description: Color photograph of men working with an International crawler tractor (TracTracTor) with a crane.
Description: Color photograph of an African American man plowing a field with an International diesel crawler tractor (TracTracTor) and a disk plow.
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: International power unit powers a large pump.
Description: Mrs. William H. Oatway and her daughter, Marcia, who were visiting her mother, Mrs. J.F.A. Pyre, who lives on Old Middleton Road.
Description: International power unit powers an irrigation system.
Date: 1948 ca.
Description: Scene of crime located at 304 East Main Street.
Description: Farm worker dumping cotton from an International Harvester cotton picker into a trailer pulled by a Farmall M tractor.
Description: Factory worker standing behind a machine to process sisal fiber, possibly at the McCormick Twine Mill. There are safety posters on the back wall. Original...
Description: Polish Jewish Holocaust survivors in a camp at Holsbybrunn, Sweden.
Date: 1941 ca.
Description: Delmer Miller stands in a farm wagon while farm hand, Gus Setser, shovels corn from the back end. The wagon is hitched to a Farmall H tractor and is parked...
Description: Man pulling a trailer with a Farmall B tractor on the farm of C.H. Meyerling. The trailer is loaded with tomatoes. A young man is standing next to another...
Description: Boy Scouts and others recite the Pledge of Allegiance during Madison's first public Flag Day ceremony held at the UW football stadium.
Description: Private first class, John W. Hood wearing dogtags smiles after a blood transfusion on the USS Samaritan in Iwo Jima. He is bandaged and is holding a...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: The first Catholic church in Milwaukee. The structure is shown here after it was moved to the grounds of St. Francis Seminary, St. Francis Wisconsin. It wa...
Description: Jack Mansfield, Harlow Roby, Ronald Houser, and Jack Barry, Madison West, won first place in a relay event, helping Madison West to win the title.
Description: Women stamp hams with the USDA grade stamp and the Oscar Mayer label as they move by on an assembly line.
Description: Veterans of the 32nd "Red Arrow" Division honor Rev. Gustav Stearns, Milwaukee, who served as a chaplain with the 127th Infantry of the division during Wor...
Description: Clerks behind the counter at the Fridblom Health Foods Store, 120 East Washington Avenue.
Description: State female employees making surgical dressings / bandages for the American Red Cross in the Wisconsin State Employees Association building, 448 W. Washin...
Description: Workers inspect piles of sisal fiber, possibly at the McCormick Twine Mill. Original caption reads: "The piles of fiber shown have been treated with oil, i...
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