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Description: Seven men pose together as the first raw tire at the Gillette Tire Plant is put into a vacuum expander.
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of an African American man carrying a bushel basket full of cotton, location unknown.
Description: Several men and women stand and sit near a table, talking and smiling. In the background, a kitchen is visible.
Description: Factory worker grinding piston pins for truck engines at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. The grinder was manufactured by Marshall & Huschart.
Date: 1980-03-12 ca.
Description: The Minority Engineering Students Luncheon Keynote Speakers. From the left are: Al Hampton, Vel Phillips, Fred Johnson, W.R. Marshall, Ninenee Coleman, UW...
Date: 1930 before
Description: A man wearing an apron stands in a large kitchen located at the Winnebago County Asylum. Above him are pots and pans hanging from the ceiling. There is a l...
Description: Attending Mrs. Vernon W. (Helen) Thomson's informal "brunch" are Mrs. G.H. (Annabelle) Chidester, 4157 Hiawatha Drive; Mrs. John (Florence) Kreutzmann, 413...
Description: Bring back somehow the big HelloProlong the noisiest dayThe clapping hands are stilled too soonAnd much too far away
Description: Two European American men posed sitting in front of two European American women and a Ho-Chunk woman posed standing, all wearing Ho-Chunk regalia in a room...
Description: A studio portrait of an elderly African American man.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of an unidentified European American woman posed sitting. She is wearing a light-colored floral print dress with a dark-colored ri...
Description: International Harvester dealer W.E. Tomlinson examines what appears to be a machine manual in a repair shop or dealership while another man looks on.
Description: Full-length studio portrait of a young girl standing on a chair, holding a rose in her hand in front of a painted backdrop. The young girl's hair is pulled...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a table and painted backdrop of a bearded George F. Pond. He is wearing a suit coat, vest, and trousers, and has a watch fob ch...
Description: Wilbur J. Cohen stands at the podium during his swearing-in as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Seated on the stage with him are his wife Eloise...
Description: Four women taking part in a skit at the Madison League of Women Voter convention at the Unitarian Meeting House. Left to right are Mrs. Mary Newgent, Mrs....
Description: Reflection of "Justy" Justman and Ralph Widmer in mirror.
Description: A mustachioed man in coveralls monitors a pressure gauge and the machinery at a pumping plant.
Description: A man posing with a locomotive on display behind a fence at House on the Rock. The sign on the train reads: "Peter H. Burno. Mighty in Strength & Endurance...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Man, seen from the side, seated working at a small desk or table and smoking a cigar. Behind him is a wooden gate and a metal fence.
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