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Description: Factory workers inspecting cylinders for Farmall F-12 tractors at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Branch service managers inspect TracTracTor (crawler tractor) assembly at Tractor Works (factory). Original caption reads: "Tractor Works, Branch service m...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Workers in the metal finishing room at the McCormick Reaper Works. In 1902 the factory became part of the International Harvester Company.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Workers sanding wagon wheels at International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works in Auburn Park. The factory was owned by the Weber Wagon Company until 1904, wh...
Description: Factory worker operating machinery at International Harvester's Plano Works. The factory was later known as "West Pullman Works."
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: The "Colonial Farm House" in the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: A man stands beside a bookcase in a factory office, possibly in the bookkeeping or accounting department, at the McCormick Works. Several desks and cabinet...
Description: Factory workers stand amid machinery in the forge shop at the McCormick Reaper Works.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Portrait of William Howard Taft, used in his 1908 presidential election campaign.
Date: date unknown
Description: Rows of belt-driven machines inside the "automatic screw machine shop" at International Harvester's McCormick Works(?). According the original caption, "al...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Full-length portrait of Emma Huck Seipp (1855-1891). She is standing and wearing a floor length sleeveless gown and opera length gloves. Emma was the first...
Description: Engineering left side view of a McCormick-Deering Farmall M high clearance (high crop) tractor with cane attachment.
Description: Female factory workers at the McCormick Twine Mill use the twine balling machines and package completed balls of twine from off a conveyor.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Men in a factory comb fiber (fibre), the first process preparatory to spinning. International Harvester used sisal fiber to make binder twine. The men may...
Description: Storage room at the McCormick Works (factory) housing racks full of hanging gears and machinery parts.
Description: Factory workers use a balling machine at the McCormick Twine Mill to wind twine onto wooden spools.
Description: Full-length seated portrait of Wilhelmina Petersen, mother of William F. Petersen M.D. She is wearing the dress that she wore to the wedding of her son to...
Description: Factory workers mixing paint at International Harvester's Deering Works. The factory was operated by the Deering Harvester Company until it became part of...
Description: Cadavers are laid out on gurneys in a sky-lit anatomy lab at Rush Medical College.
Description: International Harvester Vice President C.R. McDonald stands in Sidney G. McAllister's office.
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