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Description: Two workers and a large yellow crane at a limestone quarry. There are large blocks of roughly cut limestone, and numerous trees are in the background. The...
Description: Men use an International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor), PD-80, and P-300 owned by Sam Seppala of Grand Marais, to log white pine. The original caption...
Description: Factory workers in the machine shop at International Harvester's Milwaukee Works.
Date: date unknown
Description: Men using an International Harvester Mogul 10-20 HP tractor to pull two Deering New Ideal binders in a field during 10-20 tractor development and applicati...
Description: Back page advertisement with the title: "Safe and Easy for Fat Men." Features an illustration of a man sitting and posing on the back of a grain drill in t...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of the Globe Milling Company office.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Group portrait of men and boys waving in a field. One man is operating a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder. Another man and a boy are in a horse-drawn bug...
Description: Advertising proof created by Foote, Cone & Belding for the International Harvester Company. Features a color illustration of a farmer driving an IH Series...
Description: Blacksmith in apron standing in the doorway of a blacksmith shop. Man identified as possibly Fred Weller.
Description: Re-enactors demonstrate a replica of the first reaper built by Cyrus Hall McCormick in 1831. The man raking at the back of the reaper appears to be playing...
Description: Furniture movers from the Sam Davis Company load the back of a Model 53 International motor truck with chairs and boxes. The text on the truck reads, "The...
Description: Interior of the new Dykman's Restaurant, 107 West Main Street, showing the v-shaped luncheon counter with two waitresses, and featuring a Toastmaster three...
Description: People gather around a table of food for the First Unitarian Society's "Work Day". The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and some of the construc...
Description: Durfee Brothers Roofing Co. truck in front of a home at 341 West Wilson Street, with a roofer installing shingles on the steeply-pitched roof .
Description: Elevated view of the twin caskets of University of Wisconsin president Glenn Frank and Glenn, Jr. in the Wisconsin State Capitol rotunda at the state funer...
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: The offices of the American Fur Company.
Description: "Theresa Documentary 1983, 84, & 85. Volume D. Black & White Photos by Jim Widmer."
Description: Portrait of city streets department personnel Vincent Mongold (left), Gene Westbury, and Tony Cardarello Jr. The men helped set up the race track and stand...
Description: Interior of the Avenue Food Shop, located at 2427 University Avenue with stacks of canned goods and an a woman employee using a Toledo scale.
Description: Workers pose with roof trusses on the power house, 85 feet above the water level at the Prairie du Sac Dam. Note the brickwork in progress.
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