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Huge Log Jam

Date: 1869
Description: Elevated view from steep shoreline of a log jam of about 150 million feet of logs, stopped at the piers of Pound, Halbert, and Co., which stood in about 40...
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House and Family

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Description: Family posing in yard of house with four horses, with two pulling a horse-drawn carriage. There are four women, two men, a young man, five young girls, and...
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Powwow Group

Date: 1908
Description: Ho-Chunk performers gathered behind a drum and Winnebago baskets at the 1908 Homecoming. Standing from the left are Jim Swallow (MaPaZoeRayKeKah), William ...
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Mapleside

Date: 1951
Description: Mapleside, 3500 University Avenue.
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Pharmaceutical Delivery by Bicycle

Date: 03 11 1949
Description: A delivery boy straddles his bicycle, ready to make a delivery of medicine for the Pekin Prescription Laboratory.
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Edward Kremers at University of Minnesota

Date: 05 04 1938
Description: Pictured, left to right: (top row) Professor Gustav Bachman, Professor Earl B. Fischer, (bottom row) Dean Charles H. Rogers, Dr. Edward Kremers, Dr. Glenn ...
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Children Lining Up to Board International School Buses

Date: 1966
Description: Chicago area school children are lining up in Lincoln Park to board International school buses as part of their annual end-of-school outing to the Zoo.
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Mobile Bay Beach

Date: 03 05 1915
Description: Two well-dressed men gazing thoughtfully at the ocean at Mobile Bay beach.
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Outhouse behind Farmhouse

Date: 04 1923
Description: An outhouse without a door during the winter. The outhouse is situated under a tree behind a farmhouse.
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Small Town in Poor Farming Country

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Description: People assembled at storefront along the street of a small town in "poor farming country."
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Prosperous Town in Good Farming Country

Date: 07 1930
Description: Downtown Aurora, a "prosperous town in good farming country," seen from the street.
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International Harvester Publicity Division Office

Date: 04 1925
Description: Three employees of the Publicity Division of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department: Mr. Cooley, Mr. Remley and Miss McNulty.
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International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Chart Room

Date: 1925
Description: Three graphic artists inside the Chart Room of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department at 616 S. Michigan Avenue. The men are illustrat...
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People Viewing Lantern Slide of Cow

Date: 1925
Description: Rear view of men and women sitting in wooden chairs viewing a lantern slide projection of a cow during a presentation by a lecturer from International Harv...
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Man Working on 35mm Film Reels

Date: 1925
Description: Man working on reels of 35mm film for International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department.
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Young Girls Playing on School Swing

Date: 05 1928
Description: Two young girls playing on a tree swing on the grounds of Viall School.
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Schoolboys Playing Baseball

Date: 05 1928
Description: Boys playing baseball on the grounds of Viall School.
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Rural School Health Parade and Festival

Date: 05 1928
Description: School children and teachers from Lemont township marching in a rural school festival parade. The children are dressed in white cloaks and hats bearing a m...
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Townspeople Assembled in front of One-Room Schoolhouse

Date: 02 15 1915
Description: Townspeople and a Ford automobile in front of a one-room schoolhouse in rural Alabama. The original caption reads: "This school house at Alpine, Ala., is a...
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Caught at the Milk Station

Date: 1913
Description: Mr. J.E. Waggoner, International Harvester Company Agricultural Extension Dept. employee, delivering roadside alfalfa lecture to a crowd of farmers arrivin...

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