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Description: Front cover of a pamphlet advertising Nilson tractors. The captions surrounding an illustration of the tractor read "Nilson Patented Lever Hitch," "The Har...
Description: Front cover of an advertising booklet for Hart-Parr tractors featuring a color illustration of a 28-50 tractor powering what appears to be a thresher.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for Buffalo Pitts threshers showing a field with haystacks. The threshers were manufactured by the Buffalo Pitts Company of...
Description: Front cover of a booklet advertising the E-B 12-20 Model AA line of kerosene tractors. Text reads, "Enclosed Gears Running in Oil. High Power — Light Weigh...
Description: Front cover of the Number 29 repair parts list for the Model D John Deere tractor.
Date: 1860 after
Description: John Bull is carrying a bale of cotton on his shoulders. He is standing with one foot on each of two galloping horses. One horse labeled "UNION" has a Unio...
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Graphic pie-chart depicting the important place of dairying in the national farm economy.
Description: Valentine's Day "secret pal" card with a peach on the front, and a cake and plum on the inside (all shown). The peach has long eyelashes, red lipstick and...
Description: Cover of a brochure for Dyrr spring tooth and spike tooth harrows. Cover features an illustration of a field scene with a man operating a tractor and harro...
Description: Letterhead of J.A. Walker, manufacturer of Havana cigars in Markesan, Wisconsin, with a lighted cigar trailing a wisp of smoke over a stippled rectangle an...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for CB&Q corn planters sold by International Harvester. Features an illustration of a moonlit field with corn shocks.
Description: Front cover of an advertisement for the Rumely 1 1/2 ton farm truck. An illustration depicts a man driving the truck past a cornfield and farm buildings.
Description: Advertisement for the Illinois Super-Drive tractor featuring two views of the machine: a three-quarter front view, and an overhead view. The caption reads,...
Description: General line color catalog illustration of a Keystone combined side-delivery rake and tedder. The text beneath the illustration reads, "Left-Hand Delivery-...
Description: Cover of a flyer promoting International Harvester's war work. Includes the text "Defenders...All! International Crawlers serve the U.S.A. while Farmalls s...
Description: Fragment from a Russian advertising poster with a color illustration of men using horses and disk harrows to perform farm work.
Date: 1909-05-26 before
Description: Card menu from a banquet given by Hesperia, a college literary society at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with the word "Dinner" and a squirrel perche...
Date: 1931-09-25 before
Description: Luncheon menu and program from a McCormick Celebration at Washington and Lee University, with an etching of a three-quarter view of Cyrus McCormick's first...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Brochure advertising Parlin & Orendorff's "D Series" walking plow. The inside spread features an illustration of the plow along with the caption "A Dandy...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Cards produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is Willie Harradon, a cyclist also known as "The Youthful Phenomenon".
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