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Description: The Northwest elevation of the Maxon Farmhouse.
Description: Mrs. L.A. Hawkins sits on a couch while reading "The Farmer's Wife" magazine in the living room of her home. A fireplace stands on the opposite wall, and c...
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Two men standing on dock each holding a lake trout.
Description: Adele Nelson's Dancing Elephants. Three elephants (one with a dog standing on top of it) stand at the side of an International truck. There is a large barn...
Description: View from road of a group of seven children playing in front of a house and on the porch, while a woman holding a bag of groceries walks past on the sidewa...
Description: Jack Kendall of International's Amarillo branch stands beside a Fairbanks-Morse turbine water pump powered by an International PA-50 power unit.
Date: 1938 ca.
Description: The Bashford house located at 423 North Pinckney Avenue.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Hand-colored drawing on grey paper mounted on grey cardboard of a design for a pendant. The design shows two large blue faceted teardrop shaped stones in p...
Description: Group portrait of children's rhythm band in uniform, posed on the lakeshore terrace at Rutledge and S. Brearly Streets. They are getting ready to play and...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A prominent sign identifies the Postville School, District No. 1. The school is brick, with twin gables in the front; vines grow up the walls. The gables h...
Description: Men work on trucks in the garage at Quinn R. Barton, Inc., an International Harvester dealership. The men in the photograph include mechanics Ralph Randall...
Description: John W. Brown, likely an employee of International Harvester, posing against a white background. The caption identifies the location as "recreation room ....
Description: William Mauthe, "Father Of Wisconsin Conservation" and friend of Phillip F. La Follette, the prominent progressive and keynote speaker of the 1934 conventi...
Date: 1933-07 ca.
Description: Front view of Man Mound House with trees and a walkway, which leads to the front door. The walkway appears to be on a mound.
Description: Willys car parked in front of Smart Motors, 437 W Gilman Street.
Date: 1930 after
Description: Holiday card printed on a sheet of copper. It has a scene of log buildings, a stockade fence, and woods in the background. Above is the text "Michigan Copp...
Description: A man in a car poses in front of A. Sinaiko Hay, Flour and Feed at 653 West Washington Avenue.
Description: Front cover of an advertising brochure for International Harvester diesel crawler tractors (TracTracTors), featuring a tractor set against an arrow design.
Description: View of the State Office Building, 1 W. Wilson Street, under construction, from Lake Monona. The photographer's shadow and railroad tracks are in the foreg...
Description: H.W. Griswold stands beside a McCormick-Deering 8-can milk cooler.
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