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Monroe Street

Date: 1935
Description: Monroe Street during construction.
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Railroad Construction Crew

Date: October 27 1936
Description: Railroad construction crew working on a Chicago & Northwestern Railroad crossing, looking west up the 400 and 500 blocks of East Wilson Street.
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Railroad Construction Crew

Date: October 27 1936
Description: Construction crew working on a Chicago & Northwestern Railroad crossing, looking northwest along the 100 block of South Blair Street.
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Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

Date: August 22 1928
Description: Harley-Davidson motorcycle, used as a service vehicle for the Madison Tire Company, distributor of Goodyear tires, at 205 North Bassett Street.
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Farmall Regular Tractor in Service Shop

Date: October 25 1936
Description: Interior of a service shop in a McCormick-Deering dealership with a disassembled Farmall Regular tractor and a wooden tool rack. The tractor was originally...
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Hand Car Shop

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Description: Two men stand in front of the Hand Car Shop, which was built in 1916.
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Men Work on Streetcar Power Lines with International Model H Truck

Date: 1920
Description: Two men work on trolley car electrical wires (catenary) in the middle of a street. The men are standing on a platform in the back of an International Model...
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I-30 Tractor with Hough Shovel Digging Gravel

Date: June 18 1935
Description: Commonwealth Edison worker using a McCormick-Deering I-30 industrial tractor with a loader to scoop gravel off of a city street. The loader was manufacture...
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Laying Rail at Kilbourn Railroad Station

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Description: Three men are laying rail on snow-covered ground at the Kilbourn railroad station.
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Bicycle Repair

Date: May 23 1957
Description: Three young men repair a bicycle.
Poster

Repairs Department

Date: 1917
Description: Sign for the Repairs Department. If you want to find the Repairs Department, just "Follow the Arrow."
Poster

Repairs Department

Date: 1917
Description: Sign for the Repairs Department. If you want to find the Repairs Department, just "Follow the Arrow."
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Farmall Regular Tractor in Service Shop

Date: July 15 1929
Description: Two men examining parts from a disassembled Farmall Regular tractor in the repair shop of a dealership.
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Telephone Line Repairmen at Work

Date: August 15 1929
Description: A crew of telephone line repairmen working on a rural line with their International truck parked below them.
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Mechanics at IHC Dealership

Date: December 1928
Description: Two blacksmiths at work repairing Farmall tractors in the shop of at the Harvey See Shop in Bates City(?).
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Dealer Points out Tractor Features to Farmer

Date: May 05 1927
Description: Two men standing next to a Farmall Regular tractor in a farm yard outside a barn. One man may be an International Harvester dealer providing service. An In...
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Photographer Capturing Repairmen at Work

Date: November 09 1928
Description: View towards a photographer or an assistant holding a flashbulb as a photograph is taken of repairmen working on tractors in the shop of an International H...
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Fixing a Bicycle Wheel

Date: June 16 1988
Description: One boy steadies a bike while his friend tightens the nut on the front wheel to complete a tire repair.
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Customer at International Harvester Parts Counter

Date: January 14 1929
Description: Customer picking up a gear from a parts counter at an International Harvester dealership.
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Caning Chairs

Date: October 17 1968
Description: An elderly man and woman make new cane seats for chairs at the Cedar Lake Home for the Aged.

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