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Description: Men, women and children dig and rake the soil at the Deering Works employee gardens. The gardens appear to be located in a residential neighborhood.
Description: A female factory worker operates a machine in the ball bearing plant at West Pullman Works.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A group of men and women load wooden crates onto a boxcar at International Harvester's Tractor Works (factory).
Description: Four "Cameo Girls," saleswomen for the Cameo Retail Division of Bestline Incorporated, use brooms to sweep snow from a pink-colored International Transtar...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: William Deering & Company factory as viewed from across Fullerton Avenue. The factory was built by William Deering in 1880. In 1902 it became International...
Description: Room in the McCormick Works Club House with pool [billiard] tables. The Club House was designed for recreational use by factory employees.
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Exhibit in the showroom at International Harvester's General Office demonstrating the features of the Farmall Fast-Hitch. The exhibit features a Farmall Su...
Description: Factory worker drinking from a water fountain inside International Harvester's Deering Works.
Description: Female employees inside the teletype room at International Harvester's general office.
Description: Workers waiting in line at a soup kitchen in International Harvester's Deering Works. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company before 1902.
Description: International Harvester's Tractor Works factory complex. The factory was located at 2600 West 31st Boulevard.
Description: Two male factory workers look on as sisal fiber extends out of a finisher and piles in metal containers at the McCormick Twine Mill.
Description: Advertising poster for the International 15-30 Tractor. The ad points out features of the tractor, and mentions the "Engine has ball bearing crankshaft wh...
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for IHC feed grinders featuring a color illustration of an engine-driven feed grinder.
Description: Two men dipping mower wheels in cream color paint at International Harvester's Deering Works (factory). The factory was originally built by William Deering...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Hand-colored drawing on green tissue mounted on blue cardboard depicting a design for an Art Deco bracelet. There are large circular links of a smooth blac...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering "triple power tractors," including the Farmall, the 10-20, and the 15-30. Includes a color illustration of a farm...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: "Freshly painted" crawler tractors (TracTracTors) "emerge from 190 ft. gas-fired drying oven" at International Harvester's Tractor Works. A factory worker...
Date: date unknown
Description: Workers in Carl Bates' airplane factory in Chicago. The history of Bates' various aviation enterprises is sketchy, but it is known that he built airplanes...
Description: Technicians stand and sit in the paint(?) laboratory at the McCormick Reaper Works factory. Tables are equipped with burners, beakers and other supplies.
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