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Description: Workers in the Sales Department of Winther Motor Company. Included are Mr. H.P. Lundskow, Mr. Harry Schneider and two female workers.
Description: The interior of the Truck Assembly Room at the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory.
Description: Two unidentified workers in an office at Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Mr. Charles Abbott and another male worker in the Timekeeper's office.
Description: Two female workers and one male worker in the Service Department of the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Office workers - Mr. Hagaman and Mr. Heinricks - in the General Office at the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Exterior view of the Gilbert M. Simmons Public Library. The library opened in 1900 and was funded with a gift of $150,000 from G.M. Simmons. The building i...
Description: William Swift (Purchasing Agent) and Bill Evans (Assistant Purchasing Agent) at desks in the office of Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Detail of driving mechanism of a posthole digging machine manufactured by Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Boys outside tent that has sign, "Boys of the Hawthorne" above its door. This picture is identified as the Chicago Traveling Club's trip #8.
Description: Interior of the company president's office. President Martin P. Winther and a female worker are seated at desks.
Description: A truck with an attached crane manufactured by the Winther Motor and Truck Company.
Description: Exterior view of park in front of the Gilbert M. Simmons Public Library, with the Soldiers and Sailors monument. The library opened in 1900 and was funded...
Description: Thomas B. Jeffery's first Rambler automobile during a test for strength in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Description: A tent of the Chicago Traveling Club with a sign on it saying "Always Hungry," and men with walking sticks, straw hats and a flute lounging on the ground i...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The Kenosha water cure on the corner of N. Main and Grand Avenue. It was built in the 1840's for educational and religious purposes. It burned down in 1900...
Date: date unknown
Description: The first Kenosha High School.
Description: Informal portrait of workers sitting outside the Winther Motor and Truck Company factory. Exterior of factory in background, with a row of trucks in front...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones standing on the state line sign between Wisconsin and Illinois. This picture was taken when the Lloyd Jones family moved from M...
Description: The play area for Roosevelt School.
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