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Description: Men cutting grain with cradles while other men gather it into bundles by hand. The scene is a re-enactment filmed in 1929 for the Fox-Hearst film "Romance...
Description: View from above of five International buses labeled, "The Omnibus College" parked in front of a group of tents. There appear to be men in uniform standing...
Description: Former mayor James R. Law hands the gavel to his successor, F. Halsey Kraege, who was elected by the common council to fill the unexpired term for Law who...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: Factory workers using a pulley to load castings onto a table at International Harvester's Tractor Works. The factory produced tractors (including Farmall A...
Date: date unknown
Description: A baker, clad in apron, pulls a tray of freshly-baked rolls from the oven.
Description: Copy photograph displayed on a board of a Ho-Chunk man posed standing and wearing full regalia, probably Harold Jones Funmaker, also known as Wanajiska (tr...
Description: Quarter-length profile portrait of Abraham Lincoln.
Description: Cornerstone laying ceremony at the new Queen of Apostles seminary, 5810 Cottage Grove Road. Seated, left to right, are Rev. Edward Kinney, Madison, secreta...
Description: A portrait of an Indian in elaborate tribal costume in Alberta, Canada. Text on the photograph reads, "Miers. Medicine Hat, Alta." and "Indian in Costume,...
Description: C.O. Johnson (right) and his son Harold at the parts counter of their International Harvester dealership.
Description: Color postcard of the Hotel Butterfield. Image includes a man standing on the sidewalk, leaning against a pole.
Description: Prison cooks prepare dinner for inmates.
Description: Factory workers paint completed corn picker units at Chatham Works as they pass through a down-draft spray booth on a power conveyor. Over-spray is exhaus...
Description: Reverend Hahm officiates at the Rath/Beck wedding. He stands at the altar in front of the bride and groom and three bridesmaids.
Description: From left to right are Fred Banks, Carol Banks, Florence Arms Hooper, Mary Rogers, and Bert Rogers.
Description: Beatrice (Bea) and Carson Gulley pose together at their 25th wedding anniversary party.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A man stands on a wagon loaded with corn stalks while another operates a husker-shredder.
Description: Close-up of two soldiers walking down the street in La Maya Cuba one year after the Cuban Revolution. Boys crowd around the soldiers and town buildings are...
Description: Train depot with a boy standing between the building and the railroad tracks. There are two doors marked "Men" and "Women". Four men can be seen on the rig...
Description: A factory worker loads bags of twine onto a conveyor belt, while another waits at the top of the pile to stack the twine in a storage space, possibly at th...
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