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International L-180 Truck at Kraft Plant | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

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International L-180 Truck at Kraft Plant

International L-180 Truck at Kraft Plant | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
A driver parks an International L-180 truck and Trailmobile trailer owned by the Kraft Foods Company along the side of a road in front of the company's plant. The original caption reads, "The new L-180 International shown at the Kraft Foods Company's plant in San Antonio is one of ten motor trucks operated by the company in San Antonio, eight of which are Internationals. The trailmobile trailer is insulated and 18 feet long. It has double doors at the rear and also a door at one side. It is used to make store to store deliveries and averages 40 stops a day. The wheelbase of the truck is 142 inches. The truck is painted a very attractive attention-getting light yellow and white-shaded blue lettering."
DESCRIPTION
A driver parks an International L-180 truck and Trailmobile trailer owned by the Kraft Foods Company along the side of a road in front of the company's plant. The original caption reads, "The new L-180 International shown at the Kraft Foods Company's plant in San Antonio is one of ten motor trucks operated by the company in San Antonio, eight of which are Internationals. The trailmobile trailer is insulated and 18 feet long. It has double doors at the rear and also a door at one side. It is used to make store to store deliveries and averages 40 stops a day. The wheelbase of the truck is 142 inches. The truck is painted a very attractive attention-getting light yellow and white-shaded blue lettering."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:65887
Creation Date: 1950
Creator Name:International Harvester Company
City:San Antonio
County:
State:Texas
Collection Name:McCormick - International Harvester
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:MCC MSS 7Z, Box 323, Pg.154
Original Dimensions:9.5 x 7.5 inches
SUBJECTS
Clothing and dress
Food industry and trade
Commercial buildings
Cities and towns
Factories
Men
Outdoor photography
Delivery of goods
Signs and symbols
Loading docks
Roads
Trailers
Trucks
Blue collar workers

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