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Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Elevated view of vendors gathered in the South Water Street Market. Horse-drawn carriages and automobiles park in rows between commercial buildings on eit...
Description: Pedestrians near the entrance to Farm Machinery Hall at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: Citizens look on as City of Chicago emergency personnel and others carry an injured boy at an accident scene. The event was most likely a staged exercise....
Description: A covered wagon, horse-drawn carriage (coach), and an automobile on display at the "Century of Progress" world's fair in Chicago. Sign above the display re...
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: 1909 ca.
Description: A man drives a 1909 International Auto Wagon belonging to the Amikeco Laundry at 1601 Fullerton Avenue in Chicago. The truck has an enclosed body and crude...
Description: Shipping crates at the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company factory. The crates contain a Little 4 mower bound for Anderson & Mattson of Malmo, a McCormick...
Description: The monoplane built by Carl S. Bates, an aeronautical inventor originally from Clear Lake, Iowa.
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: View of right side of an International truck with a crane attachment on display at Melrose Park Works as part of the Industrial Power Exhibit for Allied Eq...
Description: View from Outer Lake Shore Drive looking south from Foster Avenue. Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline are in the background.
Description: The driver of the International Harvester Model "63" motor truck, that has been converted for the delivery service of the "Chicago Tribune" Newspaper, stan...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Man stands with a pie container next to an International model D-15-M truck with Metro body. According to the original caption, "Chef Wright" is the driver...
Description: A Chicago police officer holds up his hand to signal pedestrians that they should not enter the crosswalk.
Description: Advertisement for the Weber Wagon, the "king of all farm wagons." Features color illustration of the implement. Printed by the Crown Press in Chicago, IL.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International Type A and Type B two-speed kerosene and gasoline tractors. Features a color illustration of a man drivi...
Description: International truck delivering Orange Crush soda to a concession stand at the "Century of Progress" Worlds Fair. The truck was owned by Citrus Fruit Juice...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Two men sit around a table in the company dealership sales room. Original caption reads: "Company sales room and service station 2665 N. Elston Ave; Chicag...
Description: The first International Armour and Company Packing truck outside of the comapny offices. Two American flags are mounted at the front of the truck.
Date: 1941-04-24 ca.
Description: International military tractor on a rail car, most likely at Internaitonal Harvester's Tractor Works (factory). Original caption reads: "A wheel-type Diese...
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