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Date: 1888 ca.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of the photographer Ferdinand Hotz (March 14, 1868 - December 28, 1946) as a young man. He wears a fine suit and a single pearl stu...
Description: Men and women working in the 5th floor mail room of International Harvester's general office building.
Description: Native Americans in traditional dress test a harvester-thresher (combine) in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: Advertising poster for the McCormick-Deering tractor-binder (grain binder). Includes a color illustration of a farmer harvesting grain with a tractor and g...
Description: Worker driving a Farmall F-12 tractor off of the assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: International Auto Buggy with removable top on a snow-covered street or lot.
Description: Mogul 15-30 HP kerosene tractor loaded on a railroad car for delivery, most likely outside International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: National Democratic political convention in Chicago. Children of State Democratic Party Chairman, Thomas R. King; Tommy Pat, Betty Ann, and Mary Katherine....
Description: International C-1 "industrial motion picture sound truck" in transit along a Chicago city street. The truck was owned by the Chicago Film Laboratory.
Date: date unknown
Description: Ornately decorated room with fireplace at 675 Rush Street. The house was built for Cyrus Hall McCormick and his family in 1879. After McCormick's death in...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Experimental International tractor.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of twins Otto, left, and William Madlener, sons of Albert F. and Elsa Seipp Madlener. The boys are...
Description: View from across street of a man unloading newspapers from the back of an International D-Series panel truck owned by the Charles Levy Circulation Company....
Description: Alma Schmidt Petersen poses with her sons, Conrad, in baby buggy, and Edward, on tricycle, in front of their home at 1322 North Astor Street, in Chicago's...
Description: This photograph from the album of aviation pioneer Jesse Brabazon is described by him as the "first simulated bombing in history, using an aeroplane versus...
Description: The engine of a train stopped at a crossroad, possibly near International Harvester's McCormick Works (factory).
Description: Factory workers with tractors on the end of the Farmall assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Advertising card with an illustration of the Marsh Harvester Self-Binder.
Description: A wood pattern-maker apprentice at McCormick Works (factory) shellacs a sprocket wheel pattern.
Description: Engineering photograph of an experimental Farmall tractor with "increased power."
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