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Description: Men stand among machines on the assembly floor in one of the International Harvester Company's engineering shops. The original caption reads, "Assembly flo...
Date: date unknown
Description: Entrance hall and main staircase of 675 Rush Street [?].
Description: Male and female factory and office workers sitting in the cafeteria at International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Date: 1942-05-25 ca.
Description: Female factory workers inspect parts at International Harvester's 20 (twenty) millimeter gun plant. Original caption reads: "Many small parts for the gun a...
Description: Close-up of a man writing a check for $4.35 to a "Henry Peterson." The check is dated at Chicago and is printed with the name "Merchants' Loan & Trust Comp...
Date: 1883 ca.
Description: A standing, full-length studio portrait of Clara Seipp, a daughter of Chicago brewer Conrad Seipp. She is dressed in a dress and coat with hat, muff and gl...
Description: Art Director G.V. Johnson of International Harvester's Advertising Department in Chicago, sitting at his desk.
Description: Two workers in the "drop hammer malleable foundry" at International Harvester's Deering Works. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company befor...
Description: McCormick-Deering 3-horsepower stationary engine on display in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: Factory worker at International Harvester's Tractor Works. Stacks of large machine parts are in the foreground.
Description: Female and male factory workers operate machines in the canvas department at International Harvester's Deering Works. The canvas was likely used for grain...
Description: Factory workers cutting pieces of sheet metal at Internaitonal Harvester's Deering Works. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company before 190...
Description: Male and female workers producing torpedo parts at an International Harvester factory. Original caption reads: "A battery of acetylene torches is here show...
Description: Native Americans in traditional dress test a harvester-thresher (combine) in the International Harvester exhibit at the "Century of Progress" world's fair.
Description: Formal studio group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of William Upham (standing, left), his wife Mary Upham (seated, left), and a man and woman, bot...
Description: A worker in a factory, possibly McCormick Works, stands near three spools of chain which extend to the ceiling.
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Factory worker manufactures wagon wheel hubs at International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works.
Description: Factory workers at large machines in International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Twenty-five members of the "Negro Farmers of America" tour a crawler tractor (TracTracTor) assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works. The fa...
Description: A wood pattern-maker apprentice at McCormick Works (factory) turns a pattern on the faceplate of a lathe.
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