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Date: 1878 ca.
Description: Group of men outside tent with "The Boss" sign above door and labels on some of the fellows' shirts saying, "CTC," an abbreviation for the Chicago Travelin...
Description: View down street of movers relocating a house. A two-story wood house, with front porch still attached, sits on the flatbed of a truck as it moves down Wes...
Description: International KB-5 truck unloading at loading dock. Original caption reads, "An International KB-5 with 76-inch wheelbase owned by Motor Cargo Incorporated...
Description: Color postcard of St. Hyacinth Catholic Church. View of the main facade is slightly obscured by golden-leaved trees.
Description: Daniel Reynolds, wearing a hat, suit coat, and vest with watch fob, sits in a bentwood chair in front of a large tree. There is a board sidewalk behind hi...
Date: date unknown
Description: Locomotive at the depot with what may be a coal car. The engineer is leaning out the window.
Description: View of four men of the U.S. Signal Crew out on a dogsled to repair a break in a telegraph line. There are cabins in the background. Copyright by A.J. John...
Description: An automobile parks in front of a Trachte building at King's Korner used car lot, 1102 East Washington Avenue. King's Korner is owned by King Motors Incorp...
Description: Automobiles line either side of a dirt road in Wabash County.
Date: 1984 ca.
Description: An International LCO Model 2575 approaches a railroad crossing sign as it leaves an International factory.
Description: Security State Bank, 1965 Atwood Avenue with a street light in the foreground. The Gem Theater, later known as the Palace Theater, 1953 Winnebago Street,...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two boys stand at the side of a road near a lake with a dog. One boy watches a man driving a McCormick binder pulled by a horse down the road, while the ot...
Description: View down a snow-covered street during winter. A man stands on a snow bank outside of shops and other small businesses at right.
Description: Photographic postcard of a residential street. The tree-lined street is not paved. Homes can be seen behind the trees. Text below reads: "A Pretty Residenc...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Frank Drew (Frank King's father-in-law) walking railroad tracks. He was known as a prominent banker in the Tomah, Wisconsin community. A hand-drawn decorat...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Exterior view of International Harvester's Amarillo branch building, as seen from across an intersection. Several automobiles are parked at the curbs along...
Description: The exterior of the first Pawling & Harnischfeger storefront from across a street. The text in the windows reads "Panyard Machinery & Pattern Works," "Mfrs...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Three people on a raft, all wearing blue shirts. Two of the people are standing and holding shields and spears, while the third person is sitting in the mi...
Description: A young man launches his toy sailboat in the lagoon.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Postcard text reads "Mammoth Ore Docks, Ashland, Wis."
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