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Description: Woman with an International Harvester freezer on the cover of Harvester World magazine.
Description: First edition of the July 2, 1864 edition of The Daily Citizen as set by James M. Swords.
Description: The cover for the International Harvester "Dealer News" featuring the H.L. Musgrave Tractor, Trucks, Parts and Service base of operations ("prototype" deal...
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: Cover of Freemasons' Monthly Magazine, Vol. X, No. VI. Highly decorated with scrollwork and Freemason symbols.
Description: Engraved view of gunboats passing the dam in the Red River near Alexandria.
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: Frank Lenz posed with his bicycle on a badly neglected stretch of road. A split-rail fence encloses a field behind Lenz.
Description: Masthead of the bicycling journal Pneumatic.
Description: Christmas issue of "St. Nicholas" magazine, the most studied children's periodical of the 19th century, which was published by Mary Mapes Dodge. This cove...
Description: Cover of the first issue of Harvester World magazine. Harvester World was a company magazine published by the International Harvester Company...
Description: Engraved illustration depicting Frank Lenz sitting on the edge of a railroad bridge holding his safety bicycle in front of him and his box camera on his ba...
Description: Engraving, probably after a photograph, showing Frank Lenz posing with his safety bicycle near the stone arch entrance of a canal tunnel cut through a moun...
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