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Description: South American advertising poster for Deering tillage machines featuring a color illustration of a farmer using a horse-drawn disc harrow. Includes the tex...
Date: date unknown
Description: Perspective view of an unidentified street paved with gravel, with the photographer's silhouette. There is a house on a hill on the right, and more houses...
Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Samuel Brown. He was born in Massachusetts on January 8, 1804, and came to Wisconsin in November of 1834. In late 1835, B...
Description: Workers in a machine shop(?) at International Harvester's Akron Works. The factory was devoted primarily to the manufacture of trucks. The works originally...
Description: Louis P. Lochner, somewhere in Germany, stands next to a Nazi soldier seated in a piece of artillery. In the background are more soldiers. Lochner is weari...
Description: Female factory workers handle parts in the ball bearing plant at West Pullman Works.
Description: Workmen tear down the old overpass on Route 67 in Lomira.
Description: Portrait of Chana Bebczuk Comins and coworker at Bev's Cafe.
Description: Repairs helper Thomas K. Chalmers handles a truck grille in a dumb waiter or service elevator in the parts department on the first floor of International H...
Description: Edward R. Murrow, standing near the banner, speaks to a special Overseas Press Club luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria honoring CBS correspondents. Immediatel...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: John Quinney, Richard Quinney's grandfather, standing in front of a horse-drawn harrow on the fields of his farm.
Description: Grasshopper bait mixing station at Ellsworth.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Three grain binders follow a Mogul Junior tractor. A farmhouse is in the background.
Description: Herold Newspaper building and surrounding commercial area at the southwest corner of Broadway and Mason Street. Pedestrains cross the street and horse-draw...
Description: Portrait of William Skaar (known as Bill), the president of the Battery Workers' Federal Union at the Ray-O-Vac Company.
Description: Portrait of Dorothy Waite, Assistant Director of Wisconsin Division for Children & Youth, Department of Public Welfare.
Description: A man sits on a McCormick-Deering tractor in a field. Buildings damaged by the "tri-state tornado" are in the background. The tractor appears to be a 10-2...
Description: Madison and University of Wisconsin artists carried off the major share of the prizes and awards in the 1949 Gimbel Brothers art competition. Seated, left...
Description: Two Rennebohm Drug Store, Inc., employees make sandwiches. A large commercial refrigerator is visible in the back of the kitchen area where they are workin...
Description: Hotel Loraine lobby registration desk, with 3 male employees, local business directory, typewriter and Western Union sign.
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