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Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Three women (Jennie Parsons Kelly, left, and Lena Eisenback Post, center, and an unidentified woman on the right) on Main Street in front of Yep Ah Sing's...
Description: An African American man dressed in work clothes, a long apron, and a hat stands next to a cart drawn by two horses. The cart is loaded with goods and rope....
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Factory workers and truck cabs on the assembly line at International Harvester's Springfield Works.
Description: An International C-1 truck is parked along the side of a dirt road while men work on repairing damaged power poles. The original caption reads, "Nos. 109 a...
Description: Portrait of Beatrice Lampert, attorney.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: European(?) farmer harvesting grain with a horse-drawn McCormick grain binder as a young girl with water jug looks on. Two farm hands are in the background...
Date: date unknown
Description: Local Unions 154, 182 and 802 posed in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol. Includes Madison Locals of Brewery Workmen, Carpenters & Joiners, Cigar Makers...
Description: A group of workmen standing in front of the First Unitarian Society Meeting House during construction. This is one of two "work days" the men donated to th...
Description: Two men work at an oil well site powered by an International Model P-30 power unit mounted on a truck.
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: The Eau Claire Lumber Company, later the Cutter shoe factory. It was still standing in 1931.
Description: A view of West Second Street. Automobiles and a horse-drawn vehicle can be seen parked on the street. A barber's pole reading "Baths" can be seen on the le...
Description: Young girl in dress and bonnet posed with wood crate. The photograph was likely used by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company's advertising department a...
Description: Workers making binder attachments in the binder attachment department at the McCormick Reaper Works. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Mach...
Description: Interior of the First National Bank of Edgerton, with customers and tellers in cages.
Description: Waitresses Carlene, Laura, and Corey, pose for a photograph at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. To the left, Steve Kimbrough, seated with h...
Description: Homer Bigart, (1907-1991) award-winning journalist with the "New York Herald-Tribune" and the "New York Times" on far right in group portrait.
Description: Factory worker Oscar Olsen uses a borescope to inspect 20mm cannons at International Harvester's St. Paul Works.
Description: View down Main Street lined with shops. Cars are sporadically parked along the curbs. There is a hotel, the Fritzstoldt tailor, soda fountain and drug stor...
Description: Henry Schmidt, an employee of the Plastics Division of the Consolidated Paper Company, during World War II.
Description: Three Klein-Dickert Co. painters with two ladders paint a house located at 2315 Rugby Row. Photo appeared in Capitol Times in 1935.
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