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Description: A group of new female factory workers receiving their first day of training at an International Harvester factory. The factory was responsible for making...
Description: Interior view of the partially completed International Harvester exhibit building for the "Century of Progress" world's fair in Chicago.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of cattle pens at Chicago stockyards.
Description: An International truck axle and engine sit on display in what appears to be a dealership showroom. A truck body is in the background. This may be part of I...
Description: Engineering photograph of an experimental tractor or "shop mule" identified as a "Slonniger tructor."
Date: 1915-12-25 ca.
Description: Catherine Orb Seipp, widow of prominent Chicago brewer and founder of Black Point Estate, Conrad Seipp, poses in her Chicago home with her nine grandchildr...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International Harvester All-Steel Threshers showing two men threshing hay with pitchforks and a thresher. The catalog...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view of Grant Park through a window of the offices of International Harvester on Michigan Avenue. Trains are passing in the background behind a la...
Description: Workers hand wind filament on transformers at Thordarson Electical Manufacturing Company. Chester Thordarson was a Chicago inventor and manufacturer of el...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of twins Otto, left, and William Madlener, sons of Albert F. and Elsa Seipp Madlener. The boys are...
Description: An invitation to “A Black Masque and Ball Macabre at the DOOMED McCORMICK MANSION”. The mansion was the former residence of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hall McCorm...
Description: Two factory workers attach the rear wheels to an industrial tractor frame on an assembly line at International Harvester's Tractor Works. Original caption...
Description: Advertising poster for International binder twine. Features an illustration of the "Big Ball" of twine and the text "McCormick Reaper Centennial, 1831-1931...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Edward Petersen poses, seated in a chair, and his wife stands next to him on the left. They appear to be reading papers which Edward is holding. Behind the...
Description: Men from the Girdler Corporation use an International KB-6 truck with a 21-foot wheelbase and a Tulsa winch to load equipment pieces into a train car.
Description: Unionized slaughterhouse workers of the P. Brennan Company of Chicago.
Description: "This modern sculpture is in Chicago." The photograph features an untitled sculpture by Pablo Picasso, completed in 1967 and located in Daley Plaza.
Description: Poster introducing the "Navistar" brand name. Features illustrations of logos and/or trademarks that preceded the change, including the "triple diamond".
Description: Front cover of the catalog featuring an embossed silhouette illustration of a man using a horse-drawn Plano harvesting machine.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Two men sit around a table in the company dealership sales room. Original caption reads: "Company sales room and service station 2665 N. Elston Ave; Chicag...
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