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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A farmer operates a Deering grain binder driven by four horses.
Description: Men work on the construction site for Stationary Engine Test Building #24 at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works factory.
Description: "New Voters — It was "Swear In to Vote Day' at Pulaski High School. Students who have reached 18 were sworn in as voters during a ceremony at the school, a...
Description: Emerson Ela, attorney, speaking at a hearing on the possibility of putting West Washington Avenue under the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railro...
Description: Photograph-montage of many of Gauer's character photographs taken throughout the 1930s and 1940s. This was done at Bloch's request to help his new Californ...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: View down a country road leading from the outskirts of town. On the right, a horse-drawn carriage is parked outside the Post Office and F.A. Irish Groceri...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: European(?) farmer harvesting grain with a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder as a young girl with water jug looks on. Two farm hands are in the background...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Charles G. Rodolph. He was born in Switzerland on November 15, 1818, and came to the Wisconsin Territory in May of 1834. He...
Description: Farmer using a horse-drawn walking cultivator in field.
Description: Close-up view of jackhammer operator during the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: A farmer uses a horse-drawn Champion mower in field.
Description: A close-up of the damage in the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction caused by the Wisconsin State Capitol fire. Details of interest include...
Description: Secretary uses the telephone at the Groves School for Secretaries, with notepad, telephone and intercom. Classroom appears beyond the window.
Description: A worker in a hat stands and takes a drink out of a clear glass jug on an International Harvester sisal plantation in Cuba. Original caption states: "One...
Description: Workers unloading supplies from an International B-4 truck for a still operated by Turpentine and Rosin Factors, Inc. in Jacksonville.
Description: Elevated view of Robert Bloch at the Gus Marx ad agency. Gauer credits Bloch with changing Marx into a real "nut." Bloch was expecting to inherit the agenc...
Description: Drawing of Carlos bartending at Tony's.
Description: Group portrait of eight members of the Wisconsin Board of Agriculture seated around a table.
Description: Seventy-six-year old Henry L. Krehl, believed to the be city's oldest soda jerk, at the soda fountain of his brother August W. "Doc" Krehl's drug store, 40...
Description: Elevated view of the annual convention of the Congress of Industrial Organizations at the Palmer House hotel.
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