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Business District

Date: 1910
Description: View down center of a street. Caption reads: "Clean, Wide, Business Streets Greet You in Oshkosh". On the left side of the street is a large clock on the s...

International Harvester Company of Australia

Date: 1939
Description: Aerial view of International Harvester's Geelong Works in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.

Side View of Self-Binding Harvester

Date: 1899
Description: Side view of two men using a McCormick twine self-binding harvester pulled by three horses. The original photograph caption reads: "This machine represents...

Deering Binder in Australia

Date: October 08 1925
Description: A man uses four horses to pull a Deering grain binder through a field in Australia.

Eagle with Wings Spread

Description: Drawing of eagle with wings spread. In the eagle's talons is a rolled piece of paper and flag. There is also a flag on the right hand side of the drawing...

Young Abe "Newsweek" Photograph

Date: 1943
Description: "Young Abe," Wisconsin's second war eagle, mascot of the 321st Glider Field Artillery Battalion of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army. Closeup of two...

Tree Nursery Truck

Date: 1925
Description: An International Model S truck owned by T.W. Rice is parked alongside an opened railroad boxcar as a man unloads a plant from the truck bed.

Young Couple in a Field

Date: 1895
Description: Posed portrait of a young couple outdoors in a field. The man is seated, the woman is standing beside him, with a wooden fence in the background.
Book or Pamphlet

Scout Red Carpet Series Brochure

Date: June 01 1964
Description: Inside cover of an International Harvester Red Carpet Series Scout brochure highlighting the interior. View of driver's side through to passenger side, wit...

Heinie Cartoon By Carl

Date: 1910
Description: A humorous drawing depicting three people at the side of a tent, and three people hiding behind trees. One person is leaning against a tree, and a dog is t...

Colby Residence

Description: An etching of the residence of Colonel L. W. Colby.

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