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Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Ben Bergor, a Madison area magician (standing third from the left), with a group of Chicago area magicians. Identified individuals are (seated, left to rig...
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...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: A depiction of Jerusalem on the day of Jesus' crucifixion. In the background, there is Herodian architecture and the Hezekiah's Pool.
Description: Side view of a passenger pigeon, a species of pigeon now extinct. Part of a group of pigeons that lived in captivity in the aviary of Professor C.O. Whitma...
Description: Three-quarter length, seated portrait of Mrs. Edward Petersen with her grandson, William Otto Petersen (1926-2012). Mrs. Petersen is wearing a dress with l...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Saws blades and machinery in a saw blade sharpening and setting shop at International Harvester's Weber Works. The factory was located at Auburn Park and w...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Men feeding fiber into manufacturing machines on a large factory floor with a high ceiling, many exposed ceiling beams, windows, and brick walls. Piles of...
Description: Fire insurance map showing the grounds and buildings of the McCormick Reaper Works, a factory operated by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Factory workers at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Stream of factory workers leaving International Harvester's McCormick Works. A sign along the front of the factory reads: "'Quality is the Foundation of ou...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Stanley Labonowski, a 29 year-old Lithuanian grain binder builder at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Description: McCormick-Deering no. 7 harvester-thresher (combine) in a factory yard. This model features a bagging platform located high on the machine and a single-whe...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Accelerated weather testing machine used to test the durability of paint in the McCormick Works (factory) Paint Department.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Two workers dipping mower wheels in paint at International Harvester's Deering Works. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company before 1902. I...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the lounge in Ida Nayos Hall at the University of Chicago. A large tables sits in the middle of the room and upholstered chairs are arranged near...
Description: Factory workers making wagon wheels at International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works. An American flag hangs in the background.
Description: Medical tent with what appears to be a patient in a bed, and doctor standing near a medical cabinet. The photograph is part of an album devoted to Internat...
Description: Albert Johnson, Walter Kazlausks, John Barkauskas, and Ray Shelton stand outside International Harvester's McCormick Works while passing out handbills on t...
Description: McCormick Reaper Works and rail yard as seen from across a canal. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company until 1902 when it beca...
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Pontiac Silver Streak station wagon decorated with a Wisconsin Steel Works banner parked along a curb before Chicago's East Side Centennial Parade.
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