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Date: 1943 ca.
Description: International Harvester advertising poster promoting the "Food-for-Freedom Program." The poster urges customers to replace worn parts, and service, clean a...
Description: Betty Sullivan, a Red Cross Worker, serves coffee and talks with B-29 crew at Kobler Field in Saipan. Sullivan is reaching for a large coffee pot and is su...
Description: Poster advertising a World War II scrap drive effort sponsored by Wisconsin Governor Julius Heil. The effort was known as "MacArthur Week" and took place b...
Description: Male and female workers producing torpedo parts at an International Harvester factory. Original caption reads: "A battery of acetylene torches is here show...
Description: Display of German "war junk," including fire arms, clothing and a German Nazi flag, at the East Side Business Men's Festival. The souvenirs displayed were...
Description: A badly wounded Marine suffers with an abdominal injury in Iwo Jima. A medic sits near him checking his identification tag.
Description: Pfc. Arthur Lovinger, passenger in the front seat; Staff Sgt. Robert Hanke, passenger in the back seat; and Staff Sgt. Louis Kaminsky, driving a car. They...
Description: Mrs. T.H. Soehle with various items from Germany which her son, Corporal Theodore Soehle, Jr., a military police officer in France, sent home.
Description: Lorraine Gray and her younger brother Frank reading an RMR "help wanted" advertisement in the "Wisconsin State Journal". The RMR (Ruben-Mallory-Ray-O-Vac)...
Date: 1945 before
Description: Snapshot of a Nazi Youth camp found by Sigurd Olson during his travels in Germany, either late in 1945 or early in 1946.
Description: Marine Captain Joseph R. McCarthy, later a Wisconsin senator, posing as a tail gunner during World War II in Douglas SBD Bomber. McCarthy was an intelligen...
Description: A woman feeds hemp stalks into a crusher for rope production during World War II.
Description: Dale N. Gillings, center, of Middleton and a former naval aviation radioman receives the Distinguished Flying Cross from Commander J. E. McCue of the Madis...
Description: Robert Doyle in his room in London, England, at the Mount Royal Hotel. He is working at his typewriter in front of the window.
Description: Lieutenant Colonel Van Syckle inspects the rifle of soldier Morris J. Fortin, formerly an employee of International Harvester's Salina branch.
Description: Poster for International Harvester dealerships promoting the collection of scrap metal for use in war production. Features caricatures of Adolf Hitler and...
Description: Eight soldiers from Wisconsin pose with a captured Japanese gun. It may be a Japanese 12.7-mm (Fixed Mount) Aircraft Machine Gun. The soldiers were station...
Description: Lucille Eltiste learns how to operate an International TD-9 crawler tractor with a Dyrr Offset Disk Harrow. The original caption reads, "With August Eltist...
Description: Partially assembled M-7 tanks at International Harvester's Bettendorf Works. Original caption reads: "Looking East in Bay #2 from Col. 241 - End Over Cradl...
Description: Maj. Gen. Harry C. Ingles, Chief Signal Officer, United States Army, watching two women make batteries at Ray-O-Vac, or RMR (Ruben Mallory Ray-O-Vac).
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