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Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Workers manufacturing wooden wagon components inside International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works. One worker is drilling holes in wooden pieces. The factor...
Description: Waist-up standing portrait of Elsa Seipp Madlener on her wedding day. She is wearing a long sleeved dress with a high collar, lace bodice and a lace veil w...
Description: Main stairway of Cyrus McCormick, Jr.'s residence at 50 East Huron Street. This view is of the section of stairway from the first landing to the second lan...
Description: Men work in the sheet metal shop of the farm machinery engineering department of the International Harvester Company. The original caption reads, "Part of...
Description: A man and two women working in the canvas department at International Harvester's Deering Works (factory). The canvas was likely used for grain binders, ha...
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...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Clara Seipp Bartholomay (1871-1956) and her husband, Henry Bartholomay, Jr. pose with their children, from left, Henry Conrad, Catherine, and Elsa Marie fo...
Description: Workers setting type for printing documents or labels at a print shop operated by International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department(?).
Description: Two workers painting, varnishing or otherwise treating wood planks at International Harvester's Weber Works in Auburn Park. The factory was owned by the We...
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Factory workers at McCormick Works charge an 8-ton Brackelsberg Furnace. The original caption reads, "10 charging buckets holding 1,600 lbs. each are moved...
Date: 1947 ca.
Description: A man views a model of an early header. Original caption reads, "This display of the "header", a machine that preceded today's modern combine, brings back...
Description: Female factory workers inspect ball bearings at an International Harvester factory. The factory produced aerial torpedoes for the U.S. Military.
Description: Three employees of the Publicity Division of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department: Mr. Cooley, Mr. Remley and Miss McNulty.
Description: The "Carousel Bear" sitting astride a Farmall Cub tractor at the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Date: 1942-06-02 ca.
Description: Original caption reads: "Walter R. Hallberg, superintendent of Harvester's special machine tool shop, inspects a rebuilt milling machine placed in operatin...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Factory workers assembling a machine at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Factory workers assembling tractors at an International Harvester factory - most likely Tractor Works in Chicago.
Description: Several storage racks stocked with hanging gears and machine parts fill a room at the McCormick Works (factory).
Description: Eight gentlemen play billiards inside the Deering Works (factory) club house. The factory was originally built by William Deering for the Deering Harvester...
Description: Slightly elevated view of women workers measuring, cutting and sewing sections of canvas for binder back curtains, combine hoods and curtains, burlap bags,...
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