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Description: The first commercial pigeon-hole parking unit in the world was built for the Harry S. Manchester department store, behind Manchester's at the corner of Wis...
Description: View from under an awning of a man standing next to an International Model C-20 truck used by the Seybold Baking Company. He is handing a loaf of "O Boy" b...
Description: 42 horsepower Otto traction engine built in 1896-1897, sits on the street in front of a brick building. The original caption reads, "Cyl. 12" bore; 18" str...
Date: date unknown
Description: Panoramic view from street of sixteen men standing on the sidewalk in front of the Jackson County Bank and the Post Office. On the sidewalk in front of the...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Illinois Central Railroad station. Automobiles and a horse-drawn wagon are parked beneath the canopy. In the right foreground is a commercial building wi...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Several pedestrians cross a city street on a rainy day.
Description: Three-quarter side view of an International Model C-55 truck with a sleeper cab and Fruehauf semi-trailer owned by the Marshall Canning Company. The factor...
Description: Advertising poster for Weber wagons manufactured by International Harvester. Includes both color and photographic illustrations of the wagon in a variety o...
Description: Two families (mothers and their children), stand in the snow in front of two automobiles outside the Winchester Health Center.
Description: Shops along Main Street. On the left, there is a Woodhouse and Bartley bank, a hardware store, Greer shoe store, J.B. Ludden general merchandise, a bank, a...
Description: A wrecked automobile, which crashed during the 1912 Milwaukee Grand Prize Race (later called the American Grand Prix); possibly car #35, in which driver Ra...
Description: A wood bridge spans Crawfish River. The shores are lined with foliage, power lines, and several buildings.
Description: Mrs. Beercroft, née Lucy Hoven, and her mother in a decorated carriage in front of the Hoven family home on Mifflin Street. A crowd stands on the sidewalk.
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: This map shows numbered wards and plots, labelled streets, and parks in green.
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: A logging crew of the Upham Lumber Company, together with the company's locomotive, "Old Vanderbilt," formerly the Wisconsin Central Railroad's Engine No #...
Description: View from inside front door of a mother and her three-year-old daughter standing on steps while a delivery man comes down the walkway. The mother is dress...
Description: Winnebago Auto Parts Company, 103 North Park Street. Three salesmen are in the store in front of a display of auto parts.
Description: A man uses a truck marked "USMC 66750" to haul a wrecked vehicle through a parking lot at what might be Camp Pendleton. There are numerous vehicles and bui...
Description: View of the facade of the Lunch Room restaurant, located near a cobblestone train platform. Earl Andrew is listed as the proprietor.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International school buses. Features an illustration of a bus driver holding the door open for students to enter.
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