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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Workers handling spokes for wagon wheels at International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works. The factory was located at Auburn Park and was owned by the Weber...
Description: Female and male factory workers operate machines in the canvas department at International Harvester's Deering Works. The canvas was likely used for grain...
Description: A shower of molten metal at International Harvester's Wisconsin Steel Works (factory).
Description: Two men inside the Inland Heating Company with an International KB-3 Metro truck parked outside a large plate glass window.
Description: A woman sits behind a glass wall while operating a piece of machinery as part of an International Harvester display recruiting additional workers during Wo...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: "Freshly painted" crawler tractors (TracTracTors) "emerge from 190 ft. gas-fired drying oven" at International Harvester's Tractor Works. A factory worker...
Description: Spectators view paintings by Paul Gaugin at the opening of an art exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Description: Men and women working in the 5th floor mail room of International Harvester's general office building.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: A display of metal kitchen utensils including cookie cutters, cake pans and molds.
Description: WENR in Chicago broadcasts the first live national television presidential election returns when Truman upset Dewey.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Workers on an factory floor installing engines onto tractor frames (chassis) at an International Harvester factory - most likely Tractor Works.
Description: Factory worker at a drill press in International Harvester's Tractor Works.
Date: 1905 before
Description: A group of men sit at desks and listen to J. Newman from Deering Works give a lecture on electricity.
Description: Men, women and children walk through the Harvester Farm exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry. The exhibit included a tractor and the "Agrisphere,"...
Description: Stationary engines lined up in a showroom at McCormick Works.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A seated portrait of Catherine Orb Seipp sitting near a window, knitting. Her upholstered chair has carved wood accents.
Date: date unknown
Description: Ornately decorated hallway leading to a room with a fireplace at the McCormick family residence on Rush Street. The house was built for Cyrus Hall McCormic...
Description: A man at McCormick Works Twine Mill stands in between various rows of machinery to inspect a ball of twine.
Description: A factory worker works on part of a mower or grain binder while other men work in the background at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
Description: Worker drilling the main frame of a TracTracTor (crawler tractor) at International Harvester's Tractor Works. The factory was located at 2600 West 1st Blvd...
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