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Farmer in field with Rumely tractor and gang plow

Date: 1919
Description: Man pulling a P&O gang plow in a field with a Rumely Oil Pull tractor. The photograph was taken by Smith's Studio for International Harvester.
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International L-180 Truck at Kraft Plant

Date: 1950
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 pla...
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Fehr Baking Company Truck

Date: 1950
Description: An International L-150 truck owned by the Fehr Baking Company parked in front of Joe's Meat Market. The side of the truck advertises "Fairmade; Fairmade is...
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Magnolia Petroleum Company Truck

Date: 1950
Description: A man is driving a truck marked "Mobilgas" which is owned by the Magnolia Petroleum Company. The truck is in front of several large petroleum storage tanks...
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Sunset Motor Lines Truck

Date: 1950
Description: A man driving an International L-195 truck owned by Sunset Motor Lines through a parking lot. A filling station is in the background. The original caption...
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Union Contract Demands

Date: August 1949
Description: Four Texas workers with a picket sign that uses their wartime service and sacrifices to negotiate for a union contract.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A recruit receives inoculations from two men on the left at Camp Travis, named in 1917 after William B. Travis.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: Men pose near two automobiles outside the fire station at Camp Travis, named in 1917 after William B. Travis. The station stands behind them, with a drive...
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A large formation of soldiers, led by four dogs, marching down a dirt road at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: Soldiers stand by their artillery and the infantry marches to the right at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of soldiers maneuvering under barbed wire at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

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Description: A view of soldiers digging trenches, some holding shovels or pickaxes, at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of soldiers eating dinner in the field from a wagon at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of soldiers eating dinner in the field from a wagon at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of men preparing and serving food from the kitchen tent. A sign above the group of men reads, "Keep out of kitchen and don't use kitchen utensils."
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of men baking bread in a number of outdoor ovens at Camp Travis, named in 1917. On the right, men stand by a table with many loaves of bread, and m...
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Camp Travis

Date: 
Description: A view of soldiers sitting on the ground and on the steps of military buildings, reading the mail at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of horse-drawn light artillery at Camp Travis, named in 1917. The view includes parked automobiles and camp dwellings.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: Soldiers transporting artillery across a plain on horseback at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
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Camp Travis

Date: 1918
Description: A view of five men on horseback during a cavalry exercise. The horses are jumping over wooden fences on the plain at Camp Travis, named in 1917.

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