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Description: Women employees at Four Wheel Drive's Clintonville factory.
Description: A threshing crew of men pose on tractors and threshing equipment on the Krenke farm. The tractor is powered by an engine and the threshing machine is pulle...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Pictured here are four of the women who joined the work force at the Four Wheel Drive Company in Clintonville in order to build trucks for the American and...
Date: 1914 ca.
Description: View from grassy shoreline looking down at James Peterson, as a young boy, sitting in a rowboat looking over his shoulder back towards the shoreline. He is...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: James Peterson, as a toddler, standing on a book on a table and reaching for an object on the bottom of a set of three shelves. Items resting on the shelve...
Date: date unknown
Description: A horse-drawn carriage crosses the Mill Street Bridge while another carriage parks near the grain elevator.
Description: Three men loading a trailer near an International Harvester dealership during the "MacArthur Week" scrap drive. There is a large pile of scrap on the groun...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Seven women on stage, apparently in a scene from an amateur theatrical performance, wearing conventional street clothes.
Description: A woman stands in front of the Four Wheel Drive Auto Company factory in Clintonville.
Date: 1941-08 ca.
Description: Charles Robinson, singer of lumberjack songs, left, with an unidentified man sitting behind what appears to be a microphone on a stand.
Date: 1905-09-12 ca.
Description: Laurie Peterson pretending to take a photograph, with a prop camera, of Muriel Peterson as she is gazing at a cat. In the background are trees and shrubs....
Description: Still life of a stuffed bear, a knitted ball, and children's shoes. The stuffed bear has a ring in his nose, with a chain attached. Handwritten on reverse:...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Heavily rock-strewn hillside and rail fence.
Description: Christine Peterson weaving rag rugs on a large loom.
Description: Men working on a "MacArthur Week" scrap drive near an International Harvester dealership. Two men are on the flatbed of a truck, and there is also a horse-...
Description: Formal waist-up wedding portrait of Carl and Christine Peterson.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: View across yard towards a baby playing with a cat the yard. In the background, laundry is hanging on a clothesline and beehives are standing at the edge o...
Description: View from shoreline of the photographer, Carl A. Peterson, taking a moment to light his pipe while fishing from a boat near the family home.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Christine (mother), Laurie and Muriel Peterson sitting in the grass. Laurie is looking directly at the camera.
Description: This service station, located at 301 South Bridge Street, was built in Manawa during the late 1930s as new, more efficient station designs were constructed...
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