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Description: Holiday card of a young boy dressed in a dark blue coat, mittens and hat. The symbol "AAA" on his hat stands for the "American Automobile Association". He...
Description: International Harvester advertising proof illustrating the various ways in which trucks can be put to use in hauling and delivering goods. The poster featu...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the International Model M-2 truck. Features a photograph of a man carrying bottles back to a milk truck in a residenti...
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: A depiction of the Breese Stevens house at 401 North Carroll Street. Located in the Mansion Hill neighborhood, the house was built in 1863.
Description: Elevated view over residential area, with several churches in the background.
Date: 1850 ca.
Description: A book cover for "Mineral Point: A History" by George Fiedler. The cover illustration is of Shake Rag Street, a popular street for Cornish miners.
Description: Cover of a brochure advertising International school buses. Features a boy and a girl boarding a school bus. The headline reads "Route Matched".
Date: date unknown
Description: Looking West from Knight Block, with shipping piers and sailing ships on right side, railroad on left, trees in background. Horse-drawn carriages on street...
Description: Advertising proof encouraging the purchase of International Harvester trucks by individuals in the construction business. The poster features a two-color i...
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