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Description: A factory worker at West Pullman Works stands behind a counter surrounded by metal pieces in the ball bearing plant.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: A group of factory workers sit on wooden benches in front of a brick building to have their portrait taken. The workers were employees of the McCormick Rea...
Description: Advertising poster for the Sterling Thresher manufactured by the International Harvester Company. Includes the text: "Save the Thresherman's Charge." This...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A female factory worker looks at an index card in what appears to be a parts storage area at International Harvester's Tractor Works. The boxes stacked ab...
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering International agricultural machines. Includes illustrations of tractors, plows, mowers, and other equipment.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Workers, including some boys, threading bolts with heavy machinery in the Nut and Bolt Department at the McCormick Reaper Works. The factory was owned by t...
Description: A line of female factory workers seated at a long table piled with metal parts at International Harvester's West Pullman Works.
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Workers using a jib crane to lower engines into an International 8-16 tractor chassis on an assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Description: Advertising poster for New Racine Threshers sold by International Harvester featuring color illustration. Includes the text "Light Weight - Easily Moved fr...
Description: Workers setting type for printing documents or labels at a print shop operated by International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department(?).
Date: date unknown
Description: The general press room is where sheet metal is made into housing for transformers, and fibre and bakelite insulators are formed at Thordarson Electical Man...
Description: Dock workers preparing boxed farm machines for loading onto a ship at the McCormick Reaper Works dock. The boxes contain McCormick Daisy reapers, New 4 mow...
Date: 1941-04-24 ca.
Description: Factory workers pull equipment with an International TracTracTor (crawler tractor), most likely at International Harvester's Tractor Works. Original captio...
Description: McCormick Reaper Works and rail yard as seen from across a canal. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company until 1902 when it beca...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Factory workers assemble machines moving along a track on wooden carts at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View of a spreading machine in an International Harvester twine mill, possibly at McCormick Works in Chicago. Fiber, possibly sisal, is piled on the floor...
Description: International Harvester's McCormick Works at dusk. The McCormick Works was built by Cyrus McCormick in 1873 and became part of International Harvester in 1...
Description: A man wearing a suit and hat approaches the entrance to International Harvester's Education and Training Center.
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: 1911 ca.
Description: International Harvester's McCormick Works on the river with railroad tracks and a cargo dock. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Com...
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