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Description: Woman steaming spinach in a hot-water bath on a Coleman Pressure Range at the Harvester Farm. The photo is part of a series illustrating canning methods.
Description: A woman wearing an apron pours oil into a hot stove at the International Harvester Hinsdale experimental farm, illustrating a dangerous scenario for Intern...
Description: Mrs. Granere uses a Maytag wringer and two metal rinsing buckets to wash clothing on the International Harvester demonstration farm.
Description: Woman preserving peaches in a kitchen at "Harvester Farm." She is pouring hot syrup from a pot over a spoon into glass jars filled with the fruit.
Description: Child in high chair drinking tomato juice from a mug. Photographed for the extension project of the International Harvester Co. of Chicago.
Description: A woman uses an axe to chop wood in a rural area. A pile of logs stands in the background.
Description: Mrs. Granere wringing clothes with a Maytag washing machine at Harvester Farm.
Description: A woman, possibly Anna Neary, gathers pieces of chopped wood in her arms as she kneels near a wood pile on the A.E. Bancroft farm.
Description: Backyard drive and landscaping of a house. Laundry hangs on the line in the far background.
Description: Mrs. Granere starts a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine in order to power a Maytag washer.
Description: Mrs. Robert Viall operating a belt-driven cream separator. The separator is powered by an International engine.
Description: Woman chopping wood on the farm of E.A. Bancroft.
Description: Mrs. L.A. Hawkins skims cream from a bowl in a basement using an "old-fashioned" tin skimmer. Shelves of canned goods are in the background.
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Woman and young girl working in a kitchen canning beans. The girl is standing at the sink running a faucet while the woman is seated at a table using a bea...
Description: A man wearing overalls and a cap uses a saw powered by a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine to cut wood on International Harvester's Hinsdale experime...
Description: A woman moves a box of firewood from the corner of the kitchen on the farm of E.A. Bancroft. A woodburning stove stands to her right.
Description: A woman wearing an apron and holding a bowl climbs up the stairs from a cellar bulkhead on the side of a farmhouse. A bell on a wooden pole stands next to...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: A girl wearing a dress and "Mary-Jane" shoes walks across the cement stair landing of the farmhouse entrance at International Harvester's demonstration far...
Description: A woman wearing a dress uses an axe to split a log into firewood. A hand-operated washing machine stands in the yard of a farmhouse in the background.
Date: 1926-07 ca.
Description: A man wearing a bow tie toasts a piece of bread on an electric griddle with its cord hung on a nail on the wall at International Harvester's Hinsdale exper...
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