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Roundhouse and Wood Burning Locomotives

Date: 1878
Description: "The West Wisconsin Railway roundhouse at Eau Claire, ca. 1872. It was located about a mile north of the present Civic Center. Workmen in the foreground ar...
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Drying Sisal Fibre in Yucatan

Date: 1910
Description: Workers drying sisal fibre (fiber) in long rows in Yucatan, Mexico. The fibre was used by International Harvester for binder twine production.
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Lindbergh in Paris

Date: 05 21 1927
Description: Lindbergh after his arrival in Paris on an inspection tour of Le Bourget airport. The man on Lindbergh's left with whom he is chatting is the British aviat...
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Russian Agricultural Implement Dealer

Date: 1914
Description: Several men and a young child pose with a cultivator and other implements in front of a Russian agricultural equipment dealer. The dealer may have been an ...
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International I-12 Tractor Produced at Neuss Works

Date: 05 22 1937
Description: International I-12 tractor produced at International Harvester's factory at Neuss, Germany (Neuss Works).
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Coal Yards

Date: 1920
Description: View from grassy shoreline towards the coal yards on the opposite shoreline. Buildings are in the distance.
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Grignon House Before Restoration

Date: 1935
Description: The Grignon house was built (at the later address of 1313 Augustine Street) in 1836 by Charles Grignon. Charles Grignon was the son of Augustin Grignon, on...
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Kenosha in Winter

Date: 1934
Description: Aerial view of Kenosha in the winter.
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First Unitarian Society Meeting House

Date: 1952
Description: The south façade of the Meeting House of the First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Drive. The structure was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built ...
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McCormick Binders Drawn by Camels in Russia

Date: 1887
Description: Illustration from an 1887 McCormick Harvesting Machine Company catalog showing a row of McCormick binders being pulled by camels. The original caption read...
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McCormick Binders Pulled by Oxen in Italy

Date: 1887
Description: Illustration from an 1887 McCormick Harvesting Machine Company catalog showing McCormick binders being pulled by oxen in a large field in Italy. The captio...
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"Hill of Promise"

Date: 1900
Description: Hill where the "Voree plates" were found.
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Mormon Temple Site

Date: 1900
Description: View of a Mormon temple site. In the foreground is a tree along a fence. Farm buildings are in the background beyond a field.
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Berlin Warehouse

Date: 
Description: Crated farm machines and parts in an International Harvester warehouse in Berlin, Germany.
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Farm Implements in a Berlin Showroom

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Description: Grain binder, cultivator and other farm machinery in an International Harvester showroom in Berlin, Germany.
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Elevated View from Marquette College

Date: 1901
Description: Elevated view southeast from Marquette College. Homes along street in the foreground with a horse-drawn carriage. Church steeples can be seen in the distan...
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McCormick Reaper of 1849

Date: 02 06 1932
Description: McCormick reaper of 1849 on a road near brick buildings in Copenhagen, Denmark. There is a smokestack in the background.
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McCormick Reaper of 1849

Date: 02 06 1932
Description: Left side of McCormick reaper of 1849, sitting in a street, with two buildings, a smokestack, and trees behind.
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Two Men on McCormick Reaper of 1849

Date: 02 06 1932
Description: Two men use horses and a rake to demonstrate a McCormick reaper of 1849 in Copenhagen, Denmark. A building and trees are in the background.
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Main Wheels of McCormick Reaper of 1849

Date: 02 06 1932
Description: Close-up, from the rear, of the main wheels and gears of a McCormick reaper of 1849.

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