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Employee(?) Instruction at St. Paul Flax and Twine Mill

Employee(?) Instruction at St. Paul Flax and Twine Mill | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Employees(?) learning about a chain drive gear at the St. Paul Flax and Twine Mill. Portraits of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and an advertising poster for the "big ball" of twine are hanging on the brick walls. The factory was owned and operated by an International Harvester subsidiary called the International Flax Twine Company.
DESCRIPTION
Employees(?) learning about a chain drive gear at the St. Paul Flax and Twine Mill. Portraits of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and an advertising poster for the "big ball" of twine are hanging on the brick walls. The factory was owned and operated by an International Harvester subsidiary called the International Flax Twine Company.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:7761
Creation Date: 1930
Creator Name:International Harvester Company
City:St. Paul
County:
State:Minnesota
Collection Name:McCormick - International Harvester
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:McCormick Mss 7z, album 105?, pg. 6
Original Dimensions:10 x 8 inches
SUBJECTS
Agricultural education
Lectures and lecturing
Agricultural machinery industry
Men
Portraits
Posters
Classroom environment

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