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Description: View from road of a brick building under construction. Five men are posed in front near a pile of bricks. Four men are posed in the window openings on the...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Spanish-language advertisement for the Wallis tractor with a headline reading, "Lo Que Hara El Wallis" and photographs of farmers using the tractor to work...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering 10-20, 15-30 and Farmall tractors. Includes color illustrations of tractors used in a variety of farm settings.
Description: Robert Retzlaff (left), manager of the newly opened Ben Franklin variety store at 4204 Monona Drive, poses on his store's first day of business. Merchandis...
Description: Farmer harvesting grain with a Farmall H tractor and harvester-thresher (combine).
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view looking southeast at a cut face of the granite quarry. A worker stands on a ledge on the right. There are ropes and ladders in the quarry.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Slightly elevated view of a man picking corn with a McCormick Farmall H tractor, a McCormick 14-P pull-type corn picker and a wagon. The photograph was tak...
Description: Exterior of menu for the Banshee Luncheon at the 1957 American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA) convention. Features a bearded figure in a green Pil...
Description: Men working on the passage of Town Creek under First Street, one-half block north of Main Street.
Description: CEO Joe Widmer and Office Manager, Kristine Miescke, go over reports in their office. Widmer's ships cheese to every state in the union.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: A man operates a No. 11 3-row corn planter and cultivator for Angel Vivanco & Cia., in Ibarra, South America.
Description: A road crew repairs a street.
Description: Three paper carriers for the Wisconsin State Journal wear their delivery bags and stand with their bikes against a garage door. The boys are brothers, the...
Description: Madison Building and Construction Trades workers on the job at the Hoofer Glass Co. take time out to sign their pledge cards for one day's pay to the Madis...
Description: Send off for World War I recruits at the railroad station. The man leaning out of the train window is Ben Bergor, a professional magician and vaudeville pe...
Description: Six men standing in a dining room with a bar. Two of the men are bartenders, one of whom is pouring a drink. Three men dressed in suits are leaning against...
Description: Factory worker tears apart a diesel engine for inspection after run at Milwaukee Works. According to the original caption, each engine received this inspec...
Description: Two World War II veterans from Berwyn, Illinois, released on bail pending a new hearing, are with their lawyers. The two young men were convicted and impri...
Description: "The Captain of the Concorde hobnobbed with the people at the EAA."
Description: Dressed in the clothes of a roughneck (chambray shirt, corduroy pants, high lace-up boots), Tom Redding (played by Thomas Meighan) works on an oil rig and...
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