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Description: Men load bags of plaster from a loading dock onto the back of an International D-30 truck owned by the Globe Plaster Company.
Description: Elevated view of a tractor assembly line at Milwaukee Works, including factory workers and machines.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Keystone line of tillage implements. Features an illustration from behind of a man standing o...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Mogul tractor pulling an experimental(?) harvester-thresher (combine) in a field.
Description: Advertising poster for Milwaukee brand farm implements featuring a color illustration of three horses looking over a fence on which are posted color illust...
Description: A.C. White, contractor, stands near a rotary water well rig powered by an International P-12 power unit mounted on a truck.
Date: 1986-06 ca.
Description: Jerry Zarecki (in the hat), president of the Portage County Farmers Union, presents Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey with one folder of petitions collec...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Two construction workers at base of construction site. In the background another worker stands among construction materials.
Description: Each little world has its private Atlasworking his ethic in longhandtoward the stage set for the point of No Return
Description: Men work on tractor parts at International Harvester's Neuss Works (factory) in Germany.
Description: Letterhead of Rural Route No. 3 in Bonduel, Wisconsin, with a man driving a U.S. R.F.D. mail wagon along a road by a fenced yard, a barn, and a mailbox. Pr...
Description: Male and female factory workers sitting at tables at West Pullman Works.
Description: Office and company store. Benham was a "company town" created by International Harvester for the workers of the Wisconsin Steel Company. Wisconsin Steel wa...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A farmer uses a cradle to harvest wheat.
Description: Michael and Amy Schneider, with their children, Maggie and Matthew, live at 807 Allen Road (Section 26). They have lived here for 8 years.
Description: Eight high school students taking a few minutes off from their duties at Oscar Mayer and Company. From left: Kenneth Morrow, East High; Edward Wingen, East...
Description: Mary Beaudry, a temporary employee at International Business Machines, works on word-processing and computer equipment.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across field of two men pitching grain into horse-drawn wagons. Between the two wagons is a man in a horse-drawn carriage. In the far background is an...
Description: Two men kneel before clay models of a "Multipurpose Safety Utility Vehicle" set on a table during the first styling seminar at the Fort Wayne motor truck e...
Description: Fred H. Conners walks behind a lime spreader pulled by two horses to fertilize field soil. A barn, silo, and other farm buildings are in the background.
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