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Description: Dan Roth and August Knoche in the composing room arranging stories into page forms.
Description: National Youth Administration workers cutting stone in the quarry near the Grignon House. A sign behind the group of boys says: USA Work Program."
Date: date unknown
Description: Large group of men posed standing by and sitting on farm machinery, including a thresher and steam tractors. Probably at the Thompson Foundry and Machine S...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Factory workers pouring hot metal into molds, most likely at the McCormick Reaper Works in Chicago.
Description: Mechanic inspecting a part from a Farmall tractor in a repair shop. A tool rack is in the background. The shop is likely part of an International Harvester...
Description: Four trucks in the shop or garage at Chisholm Brothers, an International Harvester dealership in Snake River Valley, Idaho. There are tables with tools and...
Description: "High over the rooftops of Theresa, Jim Polster and son, Kieth, have the scary job of applying new shingles on the building that houses the fire department...
Description: An factory worker causes sparks to fly by using a tool on the body of an A-100 "Golden Jubilee" model truck at International Harvester's Springfield Works.
Description: Mechanics work on International trucks at Owenhouse Hardware Company, an International Harvester dealership.
Date: 1948-08 ca.
Description: Two men sheering sheep on a stage surrounded by a crowd of fair-goers, possibly in a competition at the Wisconsin Centennial Exposition.
Description: Group of men posed holding logging tools. Three men stand with six horses. The group is standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a log building. Two...
Description: A man holds the broken end of a giant prehistoric ox horn next to the rest of the horns and partial skull to show the size. It is noted that they measured...
Description: Gust Larson, Morris Anderson and another man stand outdoors behind a team of two horses, snaking logs.
Description: Man posed sitting on a bobsled loaded with logs and pulled by a team of four horses. Another four men are holding logging tools posed next to the bobsled.
Description: Soon after the turn of the century, Joplin was named the lead and zinc capital of the world. A man is seen working with a hand jig.
Description: Jim Rupple prepares a horse's hoof before shoeing the horse.
Description: A group portrait of workers in the American Plumbing & Heating Company.
Description: Men work on trucks in an International factory, possibly Springfield Works. Truck parts are piled in the foreground.
Description: Factory workers use tools to work on rows of A-100 "Golden Jubilee" trucks at Springfield Works.
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