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Description: Two men standing at the rear of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture dairy laboratory truck, which has wooden steps leading up to the open rear doors.
Description: Advertising poster for International Harvester's Primrose cream separator featuring a photographic illustration of a cow under the title "Give the Cow a Ch...
Date: date unknown
Description: Men bringing cans of milk to a building, probably a creamery by a river.
Description: A horse-drawn wagons, also known as milk buggies, drop off cans of milk at the country cheese factory during summer.
Description: A man holds an empty milk container and looks at an open McCormick-Deering 6-can milk cooler on display in an International Harvester branch house or deale...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Page from an "IHC Newspaper and Catalogue Electrotype Service" booklet depicting two advertisements for the Bluebell cream separator. The advertisement hea...
Description: Graphic from University of Wisconsin Extension Service Special Circular 20 showing progress in transportation and economics and posing the question "have o...
Description: Mrs. Waggoner steadies a metal pail on the platform of a cream separator as it collects cream at International Harvester's demonstration farm. Milk flows i...
Description: A cream separator is up for auction as part of a display of McCormick-Deering dairy equipment at the Indiana State Fair. Additional farm equipment is in th...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering Ball-Bearing Cream Separators. Thecolor illustration provides a detailed image of the separator, showing its many...
Description: Paul and Evangeline Koll have 27 stanchions in their barn. They ceased milking cows May 26, 1988.
Description: Rennebohm Farm buildings, with house in foreground and barn and silos in background, located five miles from the Capitol, 3787 Highway 151 between Madison...
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: A milking machine and an electric enamel Primrose cream separator in a room on the farm of Mr. Jerry Bacon.
Description: A older man stands next to a McCormick-Deering milk cooler. Handwritten notes identify the photograph as being taken in Bowling Green, Missouri, and the m...
Description: John R. Hauen? (Haven?) places a milk canister into a McCormick-Deering Milk Cooler set into the ground.
Description: Stereograph of a posed scene showing a woman milking a cow as two other women stand waiting at an open barn door. On the left a man at a hand-pump is behin...
Description: Letterhead of Hoard's Dairyman, the "national dairy farm magazine" published by former governor and proponent of the Wisconsin dairy industry, William Demp...
Description: A man places a milk can into a McCormick-Deering 6-can milk cooler on the farm of Mrs. Joe Schmidt.
Description: Two men pose outside of McCreary Hardware alongside a giant International Harvester cream separator display. The hardware store also served as an Internati...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A farmer stands in a barnyard holding a milk can.
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