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Description: The Civil War eagle Old Abe became the trademark of the J.I. Case Company, manufacturers of steam tractors and other farm machinery. This tractor is at wor...
Description: United States District Court. Interior view of the unfurnished courtroom in the new Post Office building, 215 Monona Avenue.
Description: Two women stand beside a waterfall "downstream from the crag."
Description: An outdoor group portrait of the students of South Heart Prairie School. Identified on the back of the portrait are Eda Papcke, Ella Koestler, Ruth Gutzmer...
Description: Trailer with portable X-Ray machine for taking chest x-rays to detect tuberculosis.
Description: Display of Blue Anchor California pears and grapes in Badger Fruit Market, 250 State Street.
Description: Congressman David Obey and Governor Tony Earl pay tribute to 20 years of service by Marathon County Clerk Ray Ott and Register of Deeds Bob Gernetzke.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A man is driving an International Scout Terra on a dirt road. Photograph was taken for International Harvester by Brandt & Assoc., Ltd. Photography of Bar...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Nicolet Paper Company on left.
Description: Musical performers, including a band and a female singer, introducing the new International 1210 Wagonmaster pickup truck. The truck was a special edition...
Description: War Manpower Commission Design No. 4, "Women at Work." The poster features a crowd of women in various work uniforms lined up along the left border. The su...
Description: A male employee inspects a discharge bowl that was later purchased by Fairbanks Morse and Company of Beloit, Wisconsin, and used by the Department of the I...
Description: Three women who will preside at serving tables for the open house of Bishop William P. O'Connor's residence look over the pleasant gardens behind the house...
Description: Wooden forms are in place for construction of the walls of the lock at the Prairie du Sac dam. The newly constructed power house is on the left.
Description: View from interior of truck of factory workers tending to partially-assembled trucks as they move down an assembly line at International Harvester's Spring...
Description: Man testing the model 123-SP (self-propelled) combine (harvester-thresher) in a field. The machine was International Harvester's first self-propelled combi...
Description: Men pose in front of a rock crusher manufactured by Wisconsin Foundry & Machine Company, 623 East Main Street.
Description: Portrait of the wives of journalism professor, including Mrs. Scott (Erna) Cutlip, standing; left, Mrs. Frank (Virginia) Thayer seated; and Mrs. Clay (Gene...
Description: Ruins after a tornado. Demolished farm buildings, wagons and a windmill.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Front cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's line of Dairymaid cream separators. The cover features an illustration of a cream separ...
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