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Date: 1944-06-14 

Description: Employees of the Plastics Division of Consolidated Paper Company demonstrating the use of two pieces of equipment used in cutting the paper-based laminate...

Date: 1917 ca.

Description: Volunteers signing up at the Red Cross office in New York to do hospital or other volunteer work. The woman in the white smock and dark hat is Mrs. Belmont...

Date: 1941 

Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. The fir...

Date: 1944-06-14 

Description: Employees of the Plastics Division of the Consolidated Paper Company demonstrating routers, drill presses, and other equipment used in the fabrication of t...

Date: 1917 ca.

Description: Red Cross volunteers preparing bandages at a Red Cross office in New York City. The woman standing on the right, who is supervising the work, is Mrs. Belmo...

Date: 1945-05-16 

Description: United States Rubber Company group seated at a table with a display of rubber products in the background, "Rubber Goes to War", in the Pompeii Room at the...

Date: 1944 

Description: Donald M. Nelson, chairman of the War Production Board, speaks to W.O. Maxwell of the Consumer Relations Department and chairman of the Exhibitors' Committ...

Date: 1944-12-27 

Description: Factory workers at International Harvester's New Brighton Works turn 105mm shell cases on a piece of machinery.

Date: 1942 

Description: Poster showing a line of factory workers with a larger image of a "production soldier" behind them. Includes the text "The badge of the production soldier...

Date: 1949 

Description: Advertising poster for International trucks promoting United States government bonds. Features a color illustration of an International K-line truck pullin...

Date: 1942 

Description: Close-up of factory worker Dorothy Ozen wearing safety glasses while operating a drill press used in war production at International Harvester's West Pullm...

Date: 1941 

Description: Factory workers producing artillery shells at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works. Original caption reads: "75-Millimeter Shell Manufacture. First o...

A Wisconsin Civil War Story

Read a letter from an anonymous writer in the 5th Wisconsin Infantry that applauds the positive impact of women in the army.

Book or Pamphlet

18 - Angora Rabbits

Date: 1943 ca.

Description: Three angora rabbits.

Date: 1944 

Description: Man operating a drill press at Madison-Kipp Corporation, 201 Waubesa Street, producing war materiel during World War II.

Date: 1942 ca.

Description: Aerial view of the Quad City Tank Arsenal.

Date: 1941 

Description: Female factory worker greasing artillery shells at International Harvester's West Pullman Works. Original caption reads: "37-Millimeter Shell Manufacture....

Date: 1945-07-16 

Description: Seven women committee members plan a benefit program sponsored by the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee in the home of Mrs. Grant (Esther) Haas, 1518 Su...

Date: 1942-07-21 

Description: Men pour and smooth cement on the construction site of the Ordnance Steel Foundry Company. The Foundry may have served as part of International Harvester's...

Date: 1942 

Description: News broadcaster Bon Turner makes an appeal over the radio to farmers to bring their scrap metal into town to help meet the country's need for vital war ma...

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