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Description: Native American family, dressed in native clothing, standing on blanket.
Description: Abelessa, Chapuis and De Prorok make coffee.
Description: Using a power tool, a member of the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen of North America cuts up a hanging beef carcass.
Description: Two men stand behind a parts counter at the Arthur C. Day Implement Company, an International Harvester dealership. A sign above counter reads, "Internatio...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A group of men stand near rows of trains where crates, packages and pieces of machinery have been unloaded onto the platform. The platform is probably near...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two men standing near an International Model F (or 31) truck operated by Forest Monger Public Transfer and Storage. The truck is parked in front of the Int...
Description: Horse-drawn wagon with band followed by a wagon with an advertisement.
Description: Cedric Parker, Capital Times reporter, gets his hair curled with a permanent wave machine attached to his hair, at Mrs. Wengel's Marinello Shop, 125 State...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop showing Arnold Gesell in a humorous pose dressed as Theodore Roosevelt in his Roughrider days.
Description: Studio portrait of William Tennant, a magazine and newspaper agent in Black River Falls, sitting in a chair holding a magazine. His artificial legs are p...
Description: Two teams of horses pull two self-binders through a field. The self-binder came into use after the reaper, both of which were superceded by the combine.
Description: Assistant Superintendent C.M. Harrison (left) and Superintendent E.C. Lutz look at a document in an office at International Harvester's Ft. Wayne Works. A...
Description: A man standing in field of high clover.
Description: Stewart (left) and Daniels, International Harvester dealers, stand side by side in front of their company truck.
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite interior at Miller Park Stadium.
Description: Emile Meyer and Frank Faylen and three other men are seen on the set of the film "Riot in Cell Block 11." They are standing outside in the yard of a prison...
Description: James Forman, noted civil rights activist, smoking a cigarette. Forman was known for his work in SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) and as th...
Description: Cottages in the United Kingdom that Frederick Layton established in memory of his mother Mary Layton. The exterior of the three cottages is identical and t...
Description: Advertising proof for International trucks, featuring color illustrations of a model LF-195 Roadliner with semi-trailer, a model L-162 12-ft. stake body, a...
Description: Congressman David Obey outdoors at Riverview Terrace for the dedication of the Obey Room. He is standing with his close friend Martin Hanson. A lawn and tr...
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