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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Two men pose in a cornfield with very tall corn stalks. Text on photograph reads: "Publ. By Tulsa Indian Trading Co."
Description: Two women working at P.G. Holden's Farm canning chicken. On the table there is canning equipment, chicken, and open cans.
Date: 1927 ca.
Description: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy standing on a sidewalk. They are both looking at a police officer sitting on the sidewalk holding a banana peel. Laurel is hol...
Description: Clothing demonstration for women by the University of Wisconsin Agricultural Extension at the 1921 Wisconsin State Fair.
Description: Advertisement for the Coleman Tractor Company reading, "Why Coleman? We Say— Because—". Features an illustration of a large question mark.
Description: A man is driving a horse-drawn carriage down a muddy dirt road. A wooden fence and several buildings are in the background.
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: "Curiosities in Springdale, Wisconsin." A view of Nellie Springen, perhaps with her family, at a rocky outcropping enjoying coffee.
Description: A photographer stands on a platform with his camera while taking photographs of a McCormick hay baler in use at Hickory Hill. The farm was located 75 miles...
Description: Man plowing a field with a Mogul 8-16 tractor.
Description: A portrait of A. J. Glover, a pioneer Wisconsin dairy leader, was presented to the University of Wisconsin college of agriculture. His son, W. H. Glover,...
Date: 1943 before
Description: Man standing with arms outstretched atop a giant potato, resting on a red flatbed train car. The train car says "B & A 321" on the side in white letters,...
Description: Workers are shown cutting sugar cane in the fields near New Orleans, Louisiana. Text on photograph reads: "Cutting Sugar Cane In Louisiana"
Date: 1981 ca.
Description: Color photograph of an International 5288 tractor with dual rear wheels in a studio.
Date: 1949 ca.
Description: Workers bundle and transport fiber at an International Harvester sisal plantation in Cuba. Original caption reads: "Bundling the dry fiber or transporting...
Description: Elevated view of man operating a mounted Farmall four row cultivator near a fence in a field scene. Original caption reads "#407H-Farmall [?] 4 row cultiva...
Description: Large group of men and women, probably teachers, tying rope near a school building. A woman stands on the right side, identified at Mrs. Streeter, with pho...
Description: Gary and Sue Giese live at W1161 Zion Church Road (Section 27). Their granddaughter is Sydney Comstock. The Giese's milk 30 cows that produce about 1,000 l...
Description: Aerial view of old U.S. Army model H-21 helicopter, assigned to help Vietnamese forces fight the Viet Cong in the mountain region of Vietnam. The patchwork...
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of the Bruetzmans, Kruegers, and Zemkes on the Krueger farm. The men, William Zemke, Edgar Krueger, Ernst Bruetzman, and August Brue...
Description: Men on an International Harvester demonstration farm feed corn into a husker-shredder as a boy holds a burlap bag to the machine to catch the kernels. Bags...
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