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Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Two men in a cleared field piling cut grains.
Date: date unknown
Description: Union High School, constructed in 1871. It later probably became a grade school. Men, perhaps workmen, are sitting in the second and third floor windows, a...
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Ingeborg Sidwell wearing a patterned scarf, tied under her chin, a dark coat and eyeglasses. In 1943, she was working at the Wis...
Description: Factory worker near a conveyor belt at International Harvester's Indianapolis Works. The man has tattoos on both arms. Original caption states: "Newton Ri...
Description: John Hines dismantles one of two out-of-date pumps at the Madison Water Works, 311 N. Hancock Street, a job he obtained through the CWA (Civil Works Admini...
Description: A man carries a burlap bag over his shoulder as he ascends a flight of stairs leading to an attic.
Description: Harold W. Rucks, of Edgerton sits in a wheel chair while working at a table jig saw. Rucks, who had been severely crippled for 17 years with rheumatiod art...
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: International A-2 truck owned by Ray's Moving & Express Service. This van was 1 1/2 ton and had a type B van body.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure featuring an illustration of a Farmall tractor pulling a McCormick-Deering No.61 Harvester-Thresher, the "One-Man Combine...
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Advertising poster for the "Romance of the Reaper" film for use in Australia. The poster features an illustration of Cyrus Hall McCormick building the firs...
Description: Factory workers stand at work stations while a conveyor moves trays filled with parts.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Men, women, and children are sitting and standing in a cranberry bog, with Castle Mound in the background. A number of crates are scattered throughout the...
Description: A seated man welds a sugar mill drive that was later purchased by E.L. Dennis Engineering Company of New Orleans, Louisiana and used by A. Wilbert's Sons M...
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: Michael Henry is seated at the mixing board at a local television station. There is a cable access program on the monitor above him called "Glad To Be Gay"...
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas, right, Moody Price and three other people.
Description: A group of farmer workers stand with pitch forks in front of the first gas engine for threshing on the August Krenke farm. A horse-drawn vehicle is also vi...
Description: Man in a field operating a horse-drawn mower.
Description: A worker on strike marches past four women. He is carrying a sign.
Description: Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr., speaks to a crowd in the grandstand at the Wisconsin State Fair. In the background, a photographer is taking his picture.
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