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International Model M Delivery Truck

Date: 1914
Description: International Model M delivery truck parked in a Chicago alley. The truck was owned by C. Henry Bahrenburg Painting & Decorating on Fullerton Avenue.
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International Auto Wagon Loaded with Freight

Date: 1912
Description: Delivery driver and two other men with an International Auto Wagon Model M loaded with crates. The truck carries the names "Philadelphia and Reading Railwa...
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Children at Work and Play in Schoolyard

Date: 1917
Description: Boys working in a garden while smaller children dance in a circle on the grounds of Middlefield No. 2 Consolidated School in Ostego County. Teachers are lo...
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Alley with Litter

Date: 1925
Description: Squalid, littered alley. Tire tracks run through the mud between wooden buildings.
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Experimental Tractor outside Deering Works

Date: March 26 1912
Description: Group of men standing with an experimental tractor outside International Harvester's Deering Works (factory). The original caption reads: "An early design...
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Chapel in the Wisconsin State Prison

Date: 1910
Description: View of the chapel in the Wisconsin State Prison. In the foreground are chairs, and in front of the stage is a piano.
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Nicollet House

Date: 1885
Description: Collage of images featuring a view of the Nicollet House, a view down a main street, and portrait photographs of O.K. Hall, James Kane, and August Zachau.
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Looking East on Water Power

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Description: Elevated view looking east on the water power. John Strange's Pail and Tub Factory is on the right.
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Police Station

Date: 1925
Description: Exterior view of the police station.
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Second Ward School

Date: 1887
Description: Exterior view of Second Ward School. Newly planted trees with wood supports are in the yard surrounding the school.
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Native American with McCormick Grain Binder

Date: 1910
Description: A member of the Blackfoot Native American tribe uses a McCormick grain binder.
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Interior of an International Bus

Date: 1922
Description: The interior, looking forward, of an International Harvester bus, or motor coach. The interior features large windows, corner-handled seats and a wide cent...
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Two Men in Field Shaking Hands

Date: 1922
Description: A man seated on a Deering grain binder shakes hands with a man standing and smoking a cigar. The man with the cigar may be an International Harvester deale...
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Building Model for "A Century of Progress"

Date: 1932
Description: Architectural model of the exterior of International Harvester's exhibit building at the "A Century of Progress" world's fair in Chicago.
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"Sunnybank"

Date: 1870
Description: A large, white brick building is in the middle center, surrounded by trees. A smaller white building is in the right background. In front of the building...
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Man Plowing Field with International 15-30 Tractor

Date: 1919
Description: Side view of a farmer using an International 15-30 tractor to plow a field.
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Hauling Sisal Leaves

Date: 1915
Description: Men carrying cut sisal leaves to take to a decorticating mill (which removes the outer husk), loading them on a donkey, and tram car which is on rails.
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Brother and Sister Canning

Date: 1920
Description: A brother and sister use an Eau Claire steam pressure machine to run their canning business.
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Truck Hauling Cinders

Date: March 22 1925
Description: Men fill the bed of a Model 103 International truck with cinders from a chute at the Solway Process Company plant.
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Zieglers Furniture Store Truck

Date: March 22 1925
Description: Two men are unloading a wicker sofa from the back of a Model S International truck owned by Zieglers Furniture Store.

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