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Date: 1914 ca.
Description: A young boy watches a horse-drawn Osborne grain binder as it is pulled along the side of a hill by a farmer.
Description: Advertising brochure for the 1955 line of International S-series medium-duty trucks featuring a color illustration of a man unloading an S-160 refrigerated...
Date: 1959 ca.
Description: Sawyer County. Land use inventory map.
Date: 1973-08-08 ca.
Description: At a press conference northern representatives joined together to press their respective states to use newly appropriated funds to improve U.S. Highway 2 f...
Description: Interior view of the Triangle Superette, 302 State St., featuring a Maytag Automatic washing machine and Fab detergent display. "Should you buy a Maytag f...
Description: The Ford service station. There is graffiti on the interior side of the windows. A car is parked outside.
Description: Front cover of advertising catalog for the Deering line of IHC harvesting machines. Cover features a chromolithograph of a field scene with shocks of wheat...
Description: Exterior view of the facade of Forest Products Laboratory featuring white slatted window trimmings. The laboratory, maintained by the Forest Service of the...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: International Harvester's first headquarters building at 7 Monroe Street on the northwest corner of Michigan Avenue. IHC later sold the building and proper...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Dam on the Chagrin river near Adams Bag Company with buildings in background. Published by Crafts' Rexall Store.
Description: Nancy Waterman unsuccessfully pours milk for Harriet Anderson (whose name has since changed to Penny Hilley) at the Wonder Spot.
Description: Gravel screening and separating plant of the 310th Engineers in operation on a road near Camp Custer. All of the soldiers at work on this road construction...
Description: Elevated-view illustration of the John Lauson Manufacturing Company factory. The company made Lauson tractors and Lauson Frost King gasoline engines.
Description: Lomira girls basketball team wins the first game of the state tournament against Cuba City 55-42.
Description: Railroad tracks and waterway outside International Harvester's Deering Works. The Deering Works was owned by the Deering Harvester Company before 1902.
Description: View of several downtown businesses, including a drugstore advertising "Patent Medicines and Cigars".
Description: "Jody Steger snowblows at the village lift station on Wisconsin Street."
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: South Hall at University of Wisconsin-Madison, built in 1855 and designed by John F. Rague.
Description: Four Cub Scouts inspecting a hot dish at the first "Blue and Gold" Cub Scout banquet for Pack 302 at Randall School, 10 North Spooner Street. Left to right...
Description: Chicago & Northwestern Railroad tracks, looking west at the crossing of S. Blair Street, King Street, E. Wilson Street, and Williamson Street. Shows Chicag...
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