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Date: date unknown
Description: A farmer is planting corn using the planter wire method.
Description: A town scene featuring the blacksmith shop and horses.
Description: A hand-drawn poster, including a star design and two photographs, advertising Oak Hill Farm, founded by Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Harris.
Description: Prior to the 1948 State Fair, artist Robert Hodgell traveled Wisconsin to study its many landscapes. He then produced a series of study sketches outlining...
Description: Professor C.W. Farr stands on an elevated platform at the front of a classroom at the Burrell School while presenting on the subject of agricultural divers...
Description: Two men, one wearing overalls and one wearing suspenders, stand on top of a mound of giant potatoes. A large cart drawn by two horses carries the potatoes...
Description: Various machinery parts, cream separators and advertising posters on display at what is possibly the "Spring Opening" of the Walton & Sykes dealership.
Description: Member of a local farmers band practicing in a barnyard with a cow and pony. Another animal, unidentified, stands behind the tuba player.
Description: Man appearing to deliver a lecture on tuberculosis prepared by International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department. The man is pointing to an "agri...
Description: An older man is riding a sheep on a dirt road. He has a small barrel, some sausage links, and a loaf of bread. The object in his right hand appears to be a...
Description: Pathé silent film star Pearl White posed with a white pig. White is dressed boyishly, wearing a black cap, overalls, and striped shirt.
Description: Advertising poster for motion pictures [movies] shown "free to farmers and their families." Bears the text: "A Visit to a Modern Tractor Plant; The Making...
Description: Still from the feature length motion picuture "Romance of the Reaper" showing a recreation of the demonstration of Cyrus McCormick's reaper of 1831. The fi...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Concert for the second installment of the Genesis film series, titled, "Cinematic Explorations". Poster features a naked woman riding a carrot over a puffy...
Description: A group of girls performs a flag drill during a School Festival as a crowd of adults and children look on. Three boys stand on the left playing musical ins...
Description: Artwork by Steve H--. Silkscreen. Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus quote illustrated "I Eat Bee Poop." "Wisconsin Grade A Fancy" in lower left corner.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Color lithograph on paper. "James A. Herne in his Great Play" upper left, title and director upper right. Scene from play with Martin and Nathaniel Berry c...
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: A production still for the Fox Hearst film "Romance of the Reaper". The film was produced by International Harvester to celebrate the Reaper Centennial. A...
Description: Lindsey Reese of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department delivering a lecture on livestock and agriculture to a crowd of people and a d...
Date: 1860 after
Description: A fox wearing a coat with a skull and the initials J.D. on it also has a Confederate flag tail, crossed bones on his hip, a hat and a walking stick under h...
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