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Woman with Wringer Washtub and Basket

Date: 1920
Description: Woman washing clothes outdoors with a washtub, washboard, wringer, clothespins and clothesline.
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Children and Adults Engaged in Yard Work

Date: February 20 1915
Description: A woman and boy are using "sedge brush" brooms to sweep a dirt yard as two women — possibly social workers or Agricultural Extension employees — look on. A...
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Mobile Bay Beach

Date: March 05 1915
Description: Two well-dressed men gazing thoughtfully at the ocean at Mobile Bay beach.
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Young Boy in Wagon Pulled by Dogs

Date: 1915
Description: Young boy in a wagon pulled by two dogs near a cornfield.
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Man Inside Agricultural Exhibit

Date: 1916
Description: African American man sitting inside an agricultural display of corn, potatoes, canned goods and International Harvester agricultural lecture charts. A bann...
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Men Unloading Wagon with Crane

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Description: Two men using a crane to unload wagon box on the waterfront.
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Agricultural Extension Employee Setting Up Film Projector

Date: 1915
Description: An employee of International Harvester's Agricultural Extension Department loads 35mm film into a movie projector.
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Russian Farmer with Camel-Drawn Mower

Date: 1910
Description: Russian farmer in a field riding an International Harvester mower drawn by two camels.
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Man on Ladder Repairing Farm Building

Date: 1925
Description: R.A. Hayne on a ladder repairing a barn door.
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McCormick Auto-Mower

Date: July 24 1900
Description: Engineer E.A. Johnston operating a single-cylinder version of the McCormick Auto-Mower at the McCormick Works. Johnston was Director of Engineering for the...
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Spraying Pesticide

Date: June 1923
Description: Two men applying pesticide with a sprayer in an orchard. Another man is sitting on the horse-drawn wagon carrying the tank.
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Boy with Peaches

Date: 1929
Description: A boy grinning while gathering peaches in his arms in the orchard of N.Y. Yates.
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McCormick Grain Binders at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Date: 1900
Description: Two men use horse-drawn McCormick grain binders in a field in front of a dairy barn at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A grain elevator or walkway ext...
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Man Using Hay Rake

Date: July 04 1935
Description: View across field of a man using a team of two horses to pull a hay rake through a field near Hamilton, Ontario. There appears to be a dog running in the f...
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Young Man Sitting on Hay Rake

Date: 1900
Description: View across field towards a young man sitting on a horse-drawn dump rake pulled by a team of horses. In the background are hills.
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Cutting Off Chicken Legs

Date: April 1927
Description: Person's hands cutting the legs off a recently plucked chicken with pruning shears. A can of Sterno is in the background.
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Community Canning Kitchen

Date: September 1926
Description: Man searching through cans of food piled in a wooden basket on a shelf in the distributing room of a community canning kitchen.
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Receiving Crops for Community Kitchen

Date: September 1928
Description: Man carrying baskets of field crops in to the receiving room of a community kitchen. A woman wearing an apron is standing near the door.
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Woman Canning Jelly

Date: 1926
Description: Woman working in kitchen straining jelly bags over pot in preparation for canning. The photograph was taken at an "IHC Farm," probably in Hinsdale, Illinoi...
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Young Girl Cooling Canned Corn

Date: 1925
Description: Young girl identified as Jewel Keller using a water pump outside a farm house to cool freshly canned corn.

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