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Description: Factory worker James Matzke clamps the barrel of a 20mm cannon at International Harvester's St. Paul Works.
Description: A group of recently hired factory female workers receive their first day of training at an International Harvester factory. The factory was responsible for...
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of University of Wisconsin-Madison Cadet Corps during World War I working in a repair shop.
Description: Factory worker James Matzke raises the barrel of a 20mm cannon onto a receiving block to be inspected by Beverly Ackerman at International Harvester's St....
Description: Group portrait of war correspondents and photographers on a ship on their way to Australia, February-March, 1942. Byron Darnton, reporter for the New York...
Description: Men and boys use horses, a Farmall H tractor and wagons to haul scrap metal to a pile near railroad tracks. The men are participiting in a wartime scrap dr...
Date: 1943 ca.
Description: Angora rabbits in fenced area outdoors, with buildings in the background.
Description: Sales girls (L to R): Patsie Anderson, Margaret Hatche, and Leone Owens distribute war bonds and stamps to farmers and other townspeople during a W.W. II s...
Description: Factory worker Stella Ringstrand mills a 20mm gun part at International Harvester's St. Paul Works.
Description: Female factory workers inspect ball bearings at an International Harvester factory. The factory produced aerial torpedoes for the U.S. Military.
Description: Four-year-olds Mary Ellen McCreary and Sharon Ann Lee held a drive to benefit the Red Cross to provide candy, gum, cigarettes, donuts, and coffee for soldi...
Description: A group of two men and two women stand near an International D-15-M (Metro) truck sold to Czechoslovakian Relief for service with the Czechoslovakian Army...
Description: Men with horses, wagons, cars and trucks are parked alongside railroad tracks near a large scrap metal pile. The men are participating in a wartime scrap d...
Description: Employees of the Consolidated Paper Company Plastics Division constructing the floors of lightweight gliders to be used by the military.
Description: Man feeding angora rabbits in their hutches. Text on page says, "Fütterung".
Description: Men constructing angora rabbit hutches, with the words, "Stallbau und Pflege der Ställe".
Description: Photographic copy of a poster used in International Harvester factories used to promote work attendance during wartime. The poster features an illustration...
Description: Three female employees of Rennebohm Drugstore #2, 204 State Street, wearing white uniforms, caps and neckties with slogans urging people to buy war bonds:...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Sisters Bettina (left) and Alice Jackson (right), wearing their World War I Red Cross uniforms.
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