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Description: Tank car wreck at the Grand Trunk Western Railroad car ferry docks. A man wearing a hat is in the right foreground.
Date: 1978 ca.
Description: A man readies the materials for a presentation at Neighborhood House on the art of Ukrainian egg decoration as several women around a table observe.
Description: A man using an International Harvester No. 1 Hammer Mill on the farm of Herman Wilke.
Date: date unknown
Description: Four men posed with lumber tools atop a load of logs on a bobsled pulled by a team of two horses. A man is standing near the team, probably James Abram Bai...
Description: Russell Jones, facing camera wearing a light trench coat, standing with a group of journalists on a street corner during the fighting in Budapest, Hungary....
Description: This neatly-kept barn at W903 Hwy DD (Section 11) is owned by Ron and Karen Bernhard. They purchased the farm in 1990 from the William Beck family.
Description: Men and women sit behind desks in the offices of Quinn R. Barton, Inc., an International Harvester dealership. Pictured in the photograph are A.R. Zigler,...
Description: A view of Church Street. Trees line both sides of the street, with telephone and/or electricity poles. The trees obscure the buildings to the left, and t...
Description: Side view of a premier touring car carrying four male passengers on a snowy road. Published by the Albertype Company.
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Two men near the crowded Sound Storm festival stage and audience. The man on the left is holding a small camera and is wearing a denim jacket and jeans. Th...
Description: Men constructing a building, or laying a foundation for the post-flood business district dam, using steam-powered machinery in front of the Merchants Hotel...
Description: A team of four horses are pulling a sled loaded with a tall pile of logs in the snow. A group of four men stand near the sled. The ends of some of the logs...
Description: The Seaman's Body Local 75 bowling team.
Description: A man holds a cleaned duck over the opening of a McCormick-Deering cooler at the Chain O' Lakes Duck Farm. His hat and apron are covered in feathers. Othe...
Description: A group of seated young women at "Tractorette" School are instructed by John Schneider outside Nodaway County Implement Company, an International Harvester...
Description: L.H. Winner and P.T. Shore of the office force, sit behind a desk at the City of Jacksonville Garage.
Description: Janet Hoepner entertains her parents, Rudy and Agnes, along with a roomful of friends.
Description: Group of people decorating the Garden Queen float for a Fourth of July parade near a large garage. The float reads "Greendale-The Garden City," "Pop. 2800"...
Description: View of the business district featuring the 'largest post clock in the United States,' located on the corner of Washington Avenue and Michigan Street. Ped...
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: A drawing of the American House, 1 North Pinckney Street. It burned down in a fire in 1868.
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