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Description: Woman sweeping up debris in a warehouse at International Harvester's Deering Works twine mill. The factory was owned by the Deering Harvester Company until...
Description: Female factory workers assembling parts at International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Description: Young boys digging a garden in an urban setting on "Mowhawk Street near Larrabee." Original caption reads: "Newberry School boys who have gotten into the h...
Description: View of North Clark Street, including the Clark Street Theater. There is a horse-drawn wagon on the street, and streetcar tracks are visible.
Date: 1918-08-29 ca.
Description: U.S. soldiers standing in a street with military trucks parked along a curb near the McCormick Works. The truck bodies were likely built under military con...
Date: 1942-05-25 ca.
Description: Factory workers lift a gun at International Harvester's 20 (twenty) millimeter gun plant. Original caption reads: "The workmen shown in this picture are li...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering cream separator motors featuring illustrations of cream separators under the text "Prices Reduced." The text encou...
Description: Workers, including some African Americans, assembling mower gear housings along an assembly line at International Harvester's McCormick Works. The factory...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A dealership showroom with International trucks on display. Original caption reads: "Company sales room and service station 2665 N. Elston Ave; Chicago, Il...
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Pontiac Silver Streak station wagon decorated with a Wisconsin Steel Works banner parked along a curb before Chicago's East Side Centennial Parade.
Description: Midway Pleasance viewed from Illinois Central Viaduct; large Ferris wheel in background; large crowd, mostly walking in the direction of the Ferris wheel...
Description: Advertising poster for New Racine Threshers sold by International Harvester featuring color illustration. Includes the text "Light Weight - Easily Moved fr...
Description: WENR in Chicago broadcasts the first live national television presidential election returns when Truman upset Dewey.
Description: Describes the accommodations of the crew passenger cruise vessels, North American and South American. Includes pictures of typical staterooms...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Factory workers assemble grain binder parts at the McCormick Reaper Works. Metal machinery pieces are stacked at right and men work at tables to the left n...
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: A group of spectators at the "Century of Progress" world's fair watch an International Harvester tractor pull a Firestone float down the "Avenue of Flags"...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: A man operates a balling machine while another handles spools of binder twine. The men may have been working at the McCormick twine mill in Chicago.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Highly decorated, perhaps for a parade, International Model E truck owned by Barcal & Barta parked outside the company storefront. A sign on the side of th...
Description: Factory workers at their stations in International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Description: A page from "The American Magazine" featuring the architect, George Fred Keck. He is shown with an architectural model of a "solar" home.
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