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Description: Photograph of a completed painting by artist Robert Thom titled "The Founding of the United States Pharmacopeia". The painting depicts a scene from the fir...
Description: A Model 94 International truck and trailer owned by the Risdon Creamery Company parked alongside a brick building.
Description: Milwaukee Electric Crane & Manufacturing Company transfer bridge with a magnetic hoist at the Enterprise Foundry Company. There's a sign on the cab that re...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The front and back of a postcard featuring a drawing of the Detroit skyline as seen from Windsor, Ontario that was sent by Alice and Floyd Quinney during t...
Description: An International D-30 truck owned by Teetzel Company Interior Designers parked outside a residence.
Description: An International Model SL truck owned by "The Detroit News" parked in front of Cook & Dyer Drugstore. A man removes piles of newspapers from the truck bed...
Description: Gloria Peebles' Busy B's animal act featuring a monkey in a rabbit costume pushing a wheelbarrow while a dog looks on through the window of the playhouse.
Description: International Model 1310 ambulance at midday in the downtown area.
Description: International 1700 Loadstar truck owned by George Miesel and Son, wholesale grocers, delivering daily foodstuffs to restaurants and institutional customers...
Description: Artist Robert Thom is seen here working on one of his paintings, this one titled "The Founding of the United States Pharmacopeia".
Description: William Clay Ford Sr.(?) sits behind a desk in an office. Mr. Ford may have been an International dealer.
Description: Meeting of United Packinghouse Workers Local 69 stewards and committeemen employed at the Hygrade Food Products plant. They were meeting to organize a labo...
Description: Milwaukee Electric Crane & Manufacturing Company gantry crane unloading railroad cars at the Fisher Body Co. There is a sign that reads "The Milwaukee Cran...
Description: Cover of "The Fifth Estate," an underground newspaper, featuring a grim reaper figure wearing an American flag-patterned tie, and holding a man's severed h...
Description: View from street of two men removing a sofa from the back of an International D-30 truck owned by Teetzel Company Interior Designers.
Description: An International Harvester parade float in the Golden Jubilee celebration parked alongside a road. The text on the side of the float reads, "Motor Transpor...
Description: Exhibit of the Champion Chemical Company promoting their embalming fluids. Also presented in the exhibit are caskets and clothing to dress the dead.
Description: Photograph of a painting titled "The Pharmacopeia Comes of Age" by the artist Robert Thom. The painting depicts a scene from 1880. Pictured are the notable...
Description: The artist Robert Thom pauses to pose with his new painting, "The Forming of the United States Pharmacopeia," which depicts the inaugural delegates to the...
Date: 1949-02-11 ca.
Description: Swearing-in ceremony for Local 190 of the United Packinghouse Workers of America in Detroit by field representative George Sinclair: Daniel Penn, president...
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