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Date: 1941 ca.
Description: The City Bank and Trust at 735 N. 2nd Street and Wisconsin Avenue.
Description: The first electric street railway in Wisconsin.
Description: Line-up of Ford cars and trucks for the Kayser safety parade in the 700 block of East Washington Avenue. Musicians are in the back of a truck and commercia...
Description: Continental Transportation Lines, Inc. operating an International truck tractor on an urban highway. A bridge, houses and industrial buildings are visible...
Description: Customer buying parts at the service desk of an International Harvester dealership. Advertisements for International trucks are posted above the counter.
Date: date unknown
Description: Inter-city Transportation Company Bus - Paterson - Passaic - Rutherford - New York.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Exterior view of International Harvester Branch House.
Description: View from lawn of College of Agriculture building on a hill on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. On the left is a large chimney and the Hi...
Description: Line-up of five Ford trucks with Bedner Transfer & Storage Co. printed on the doors. They were sold by Hanley Motor Sales Co.
Description: Portrait of Persh Curran, Service Director at Schappe Motors Incorporated, 801 East Washington Avenue.
Description: A map of Madison and the vicinity. Red lines show the street railway.
Description: Hough HFH Payloader loading coal into a J.W. Petersen Company truck. The HFH was built by the Frank G. Hough Company, manufacturers of construction equipm...
Description: Soldiers pulling 155mm howitzer with an M-5 tractor at Camp Adair, Oregon. The original caption reads: "This is the new M-5 tractor which replaces 2 and...
Description: Swallows Nests, north face. Man sitting posed on rock. Rowboat below.
Description: Advertising proof for International trucks, featuring a color illustration of a man in a uniform driving a truck, with a farm in the background. Includes t...
Description: The 400 Cass Street gas station was first constructed in 1928 and later became a Pure Oil station, when it was reopened by Henry Ott, in 1937.
Description: New and greatly enlarged Emporium Department Store, 15 - 17 North Pinckney Street.
Description: Holiday card of the front of couple in an automobile driving down a snow-covered road at night. Two crystals are glued to the headlights and they are turne...
Description: Photographic postcard of Main Street. Many people can be seen on the sidewalks and flags decorate the buildings. The street is not paved and several horse-...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: A passenger cabin on the Graf Zeppelin (LZ-127), a luxurious German-built airship. The Graf Zeppelin was taken out of service about a month after the Hinde...
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