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Description: Cover of the February-March issue of "Harvester World" magazine featuring a color photograph of a man operating a white Farmall Super A demonstrator tracto...
Description: An illustration from the article "Comely Features" in Godey's Ladies Book, showing elimination of forehead wrinkles.
Description: Magazine advertisement celebrating the centennial of J.I. Case Co. of Racine, Wisconsin. The advertisement features a photograph of a contemporary tractor...
Description: The cover design of the magazine "Environmental Action: April 22" featuring a line drawing of multititudes of people clinging to and falling off of the Ear...
Description: International Harvester "Dealer News" edition cover featuring images showing the contruction of several bases of operations ("prototype" dealerships) aroun...
Description: Cover of "McCarthy: A Documented Record", a special issue of the Progressive magazine. The cover features a drawing of a bird'seye view of Washingto...
Description: Portrait of Frank Lenz on his safety bicycle which he rode on a round-the-world tour. He is posed on a country road lined with fences and telegraph or tele...
Description: Cover of International Trail magazine featuring an International C-40 truck owned by the Memphis fire department and equipped with floodlights. Lieu...
Description: Front page of "La Follette's Magazine" Memorial Edition remembering the life and work of Robert M. La Follette, Sr. This magazine later became the Progres...
Description: Masthead of Racine, Wisconsin temperance publication The Old Oaken Bucket and Sons of Temperance Organ. The masthead features a bucolic scene at the...
Description: A brief article about Claire and Jim Kentzler, the couple who owned and managed the Green Ram Theater.
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