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Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Catalog cover for the International auto buggy. Features a black and white insert of a group riding in an auto buggy driving up to a house. Printed by the...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International municipal service trucks. Features a color illustration of a fire truck and part of a burning building s...
Description: An International truck used by the Excelsior Laundry Company is parked along a street in front of a monument for the Fort Dearborn massacre. The lettering...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Workers testing paint for physical constancy, viscosity and weight per gallon in the Paint Department of International Harvester's McCormick Works. Cans of...
Description: Workers steady a crawler tractor (TracTracTor) as it is moved by a ceiling-mounted conveyor at an International Harvester factory, possibly Tractor Works.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The exterior of the Harvester Press building on Adams Street. Original Caption reads: "Harvester Print Shop -- Adams Street, Chicago. Relocated to 4829 S....
Description: Describes the comforts and safety of the two Americas, the screw passenger cruise vessels, the "North American" and "South American".
Description: Front cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's Deering line of tillage implements featuring an illustration of a farm seen from a high...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Elevated view of workers filing out of the gates of the McCormick Reaper Works at the end of a work day. The factory became part of the International Harve...
Description: Southwest panorama of the McCormick Reaper Works factory and rail yard as seen across a canal. Workers can be seen unloading wood.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: An empty street outside McCormick Station on the Illinois Northern Railway. An overpass bears a sign for the McCormick Freight Station on the same railroad...
Description: A view of the World's Columbian Exposition mounted on a cardboard album page, looking east from the Transportation Building. On the right are the Mines Bui...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Edward, left, and Conrad Petersen, right, pose while holding hands with an unidentified young woman standing between them. They are on a lawn in front of t...
Description: Fire insurance map showing the grounds and buildings of the McCormick Reaper Works, a factory operated by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company.
Description: Men unloading machinery from an International KB-10 truck. The original caption reads, "An International KB-10 with Rodgers body and Braden winch owned by...
Description: Workers lowering McCormick-Deering 10-20 HP tractors onto railroad cars for shipment using an overhead crane at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Front cover of a Canadian advertising catalog for International Harvester's Deering line of farm implements. Features a chromolithograph illustration of a...
Description: Two women, one walking a pair of toy poodle dogs, on a sidewalk in front of the Churchill Hotel.
Description: A cyanotype view of the Agriculture Building (right) and Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building (left) from the bank of the South Canal at the World's Colu...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Small vegetable store known as the North Shore (Home Grown) Vegetable House, along the north shore of Lake Michigan. To the right of the store two men are...
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