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Description: A passenger pigeon on a perch. The passenger pigeon is now extinct. Part of a group of pigeons that lived in captivity in the aviary of Professor C.O. Whit...
Description: A covered wagon, horse-drawn carriage (coach), and an automobile on display at the "Century of Progress" world's fair in Chicago. Sign above the display re...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Library of the McCormick family home at 675 Rush Street. The home was built for Cyrus Hall McCormick and his wife Nettie Fowler in 1873.
Description: Edward Petersen, left rear, and his son William F. Petersen, right rear, pose behind three unidentified people sitting on a rustic bench in a yard. Edward...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Dr. William F. Petersen (1887-1950). He is wearing a dark suit with a vest and necktie. Dr. Petersen, with his wife, Alm...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Men, possibly employees of International Harvester, playing baseball in a city park. The park appears to be Grant Park in Chicago, which was located across...
Description: Ada Nye (Nemshoff) listening to a crystal radio set at the home of her aunt and uncle Ben and Ida Tovrog. Her cousin Lou Tovrog built the radio set.
Date: 1915-12-25 ca.
Description: Catherine Orb Seipp, widow of prominent Chicago brewer and founder of Black Point Estate, Conrad Seipp, poses in her Chicago home with her nine grandchildr...
Description: Color photo of an International Fleetstar truck outfitted with a garbage hauler. The truck was owned by Deck's Disposal Service and appears against a backg...
Description: Mrs. Marguerite Rogers of Prairie du Chien, who served 16 years as clerk of Crawford County and in 1950 ran for the Assembly, and Richard McKnight, South W...
Date: 1942-05-25 ca.
Description: Mechanical engineer Alex Gabay (right) and his assistant J.E. Lass (left) at an International Harvester war production factory (20 mm gun plant?). The men...
Description: Exterior view of Keck and Keck's "Crystal House" on display at the 1934 World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Upper Michigan Boulevard. Pedestrians, automobiles, and a double-decker bus can be seen among tall buildings.
Description: Press release photograph of a model posing with International's Red Carpet Series Scout pickup. Original caption reads: "The Red Carpet Series Scout has be...
Description: Three older International Harvester employees(?), possibly recent retirees, standing near a brick building. The building may be part of the McCormick Works...
Date: date unknown
Description: Museum exhibit for the Chicago Historical Society depicting what a typical early Chicago drugstore looked like.
Description: Engineering photograph of the tilt steering wheel on a McCormick Farmall 806 diesel tractor. The photograph was submitted to International Harvester's Pate...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Jesus is hanging on the cross, while a soldier wearing armor points at him. Other soldiers are present, some riding horses. A group of people on the right...
Description: Engineering photograph of an experimental International 12-22 tractor.
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Julius Friesser, master taxidermist, mounting one of the five cows that occupy the International Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Indust...
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