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Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Quarter-length portrait of unidentified woman. She is wearing a dark dress, a pin with a man's image on it, and a crucifix on a chain.
Date: date unknown
Description: View down East Mansfield Street. On the left corner, two men stand near the neo-classical Crawford County Courthouse building, completed in 1908. The cou...
Description: Advertisement for the Industrial Fordson tractor and its accessories, illustrated from top left: portable winch, heavy-duty haulage tractor, portable loadi...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: A woman carrying a child wrapped in a cloth crosses a log footbridge over a canal in the countryside in Vietnam. A boy is standing in the background and th...
Description: Rudolph Valentino poses wearing very little but an elaborate breechcloth decorated with pearls for his role as the Maharajah of Dharmagar in "The Young Raj...
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of William Tennant in front of same painted backdrop. He was a newspaper and magazine agent in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, who lost both...
Description: Studio portrait of a man sitting and a woman standing in front of a painted backdrop.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: A crowd of men examining a McCormick grain binder in the showroom of a dealership, or other International Harvester building.
Description: Part of the crowd gathered on the capitol square in Madison to watch the Memorial Day parade.
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure titled "Dirt-Moving with International TracTracTors." Includes the text "Money-Making Power for Bulldozers, Bullgraders, W...
Description: Man stands next to an experimental four wheel rubber tire tractor inside an International Harvester engineering(?) facility.
Description: Outdoor family portrait, in the yard of a house, of the Fels family. George and his wife, Ida, are seated in chairs while their two daughters, Flora and Ha...
Description: Five women standing, two hold a letter.
Description: View down East Main Street featuring Mansion Hotel and The Turf Saloon, both rebuilt after the 1905 fire which destroyed the entire block.
Description: Georges Thomsin (left), from Liege, Belgium, shows Dick Trappe how Christmas decorations are made in Belgium. Both are students at Monona Grove High School...
Description: The string trio of the Older Adult Klub (OAK), Gus Torgerson, Henry Brenneman, and Julia Bennett, rehearsing for a senior citizen workshop on recreation fo...
Description: Two service technicians inspecting parts from a disassembled Farmall tractor. The men are taking part in International Harvester's blue ribbon rebuilt trac...
Description: Two men watch as cotton is unloaded from an experimental International Harvester cotton picker into a wagon. A Farmall tractor is visible in the foreground...
Description: Girls participate in fall try-outs for the Madison Hunt Club at Nob Hill Ranch. The club is for high school girls who ride horses. Left to right are Martha...
Description: Factory workers attach Cub Cadet parts to a chassis as they arrive along a ceiling-mounted conveyor at International Harvester's Louisville Works.
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