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Description: Factory worker Edna Fillbrandt wraps parts for a 20 mm cannon at International Harvester's St. Paul Works.
Description: Civil War recruiting poster for the 5th Wisconsin Regiment written in German.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of artillery and guns at Fort Jay, built in 1794 to defend Upper New York Bay. A New York cityscape can be seen across the bay. Published by Chas...
Description: A Pawling and Harnischfeger Company truck, with an artillery gun mounted on the bed, decorated with banners and flags. Two soldiers are standing on the bac...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A view of horse-drawn light artillery at Camp Travis, named in 1917. The view includes parked automobiles and camp dwellings.
Description: A view of soldiers in an open field during artillery practice at The School of Fire, founded in 1911 at Fort Sill.
Wisconsin Civil War Regiment
Description: "Battle of Mobile Bay." A color lithograph published by L. Prang & Co., Boston.
Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. In this...
Description: Colorized postcard of a combat drill. The scene includes soldiers, horses, wagons, cannons, tents, buildings and trees. Text above reads, "'Preparing for A...
Description: Color postcard with representative images in the letters of "Camp McCoy" — tents, artillery, barracks and soldiers.
Conflict on the Homefront: Wisconsin During World War I
Description: Poster promoting the collection of scrap metal for use in war production. Includes an illustration of a farmer and International Harvester dealer dumping a...
Date: 1860 after
Description: A graphic design of a Confederate officer labeled "SECESSION" hanging by the neck from a beam. He is choking, his tongue is hanging out and his eyes are pr...
Description: A military airplane drops torpedoes on a boat floating in a body of water in an illustration titled "A Kid from Kansas."
Description: A view of soldiers in uniform operating an Army artillery gun.
Description: Soldiers transporting artillery across a plain on horseback at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The fir...
Description: Men and women employed by Malleable Iron Range Co. making artillery shells to be used in the Korean War.
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Fifty-seven millimeter artillery pieces stored in an International Harvester factory building. A flag and a poster hang from the rafters.
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