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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company shop personnel on a 52-1 Ratio Mill that was shipped to Allis-Chalmers in 1902. From left to right are Jake Lofdahl, J.R. Johnson, Frank Novine, Denny Pendergast, "Dog" Davis, Louis Davidson, and Ben Carrey.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Shop Crew gathered outside. Two of the men are holding baseball bats. Pictured in the front row, counting from the left, are 3rd, Bill Kenyon; 5th, Albert Allen; 6th, Cassius Zuck; 7th, George Smith; 9th, Frank…

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Looking southeast at the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company on Willoughby Avenue in Rockford, Illinois. A new concrete erection shop is in the background and a new engine room in the foreground.

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Looking northwest at the new entrance to the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company sales, service, and administrative offices.

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Looking northeast at the new entrance to the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company sales, service, and administrative offices.

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An Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Milling Machine ready to ship to Fiat Company in May 1951. A large group of men in suits pose for a photo on the bed of the machine.

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Construction of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company erection building as it neared completion in 1953. A truck is parked in front of the construction site.

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Looking northeast at the construction of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company sales and accounting office building in fall 1952

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An employee in a work coat demonstrates the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company 1890 Milling machine with porcupine cutter at a 1950 Open house event. A group of children looks on.

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Employees at work at drafting tables in the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Engineering department in 1954

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The east side of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Corporate Offices and Engineering Building. Construction was completed in October 1962.

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The north side of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Corporate Offices and Engineering Building. Construction was completed in October 1962.

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Aerial view of Ingersoll Milling Machine Company facilities in 1956 before the construction of a new office and engineering building.

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Building an addition to the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company shop in August 1900. Looking northeast.

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The west side of Ingersoll Milling Machine Company after building expansions were completed in 1956. Several automobiles and trucks are parked in the foreground.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company main building with a new courtyard and expanded entry area. Two automobiles are parked in front of the building.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company's DC3 airplane. Two unidentified men stand on the tarmac near the airplane.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company employees at work in the new paint shop.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company employees work in the old paint shop in June 1955. The shop was replaced with a new paint shop the following month.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Engineering Department

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Purchasing Department. A dictaphone and candlestick telephone are visible.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Office Entrance and Waiting Room

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company bookkeeping and stenography office. A candlestick telephone sits above the desk.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company sales conference room. A calendar advertising Sivyer Castings hangs on the back wall.

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The shop crew employed by Ingersoll Milling Machine Company in 1895. Swan Anderson is in the second row, 5th from the left. Shop Superintendent J.D. Weir, is third from the right in the first row. Carl Linstrom is sixth from the left in the second…

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Winthrop Ingersoll's office at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company. Ingersoll was President of the company from 1889 until his death in 1928.

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The Ingersoll Milling Machine Company baseball team poses in their uniforms.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company picnic at Latham Park. A group of employees and their family members pose for a picture.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company picnic at Latham Park. A group of employees and their family members pose for a picture. Several men are wearing Ingersoll baseball uniforms. A first aid tent is visible in the background.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company picnic at Latham Park. A group of employees and their family members pose for a picture.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company picnic at Latham Park. A group of employees and their family members pose for a picture.

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An aerial view of Ingersoll Milling Machine Company looking south.

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The Ingersoll Milling Machine Company garage in 1923, filled with automobiles.

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Looking West across Douglas Street at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company. Automobiles and Trucks are parked on the street. The water tower is visible in the back of the property.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Engineering staff gather for a group picture in the office. Pictured are (from left):Ken Lund, Walt Hangartner, Harry Caldwell, Tom Kennedy, Paul Bodin, Ed Burke, Carl Johnson (front), George Bradley (rear), Clint…

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The Ingersoll Milling Machine assembly floor and Machine Shop.

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Winthrop Ingersoll, President of Ingersoll Milling Machine Company from 1889 until his death in 1928.

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Accounting and bookkeeping office at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company. A candlestick telephone and two adding machines are visible. A tall stack of ledger books balances on a desk.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Dispensary in 1919. A candlestick telephone is attached to a stand by the desk.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Dispensary in 1919.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Dispensary in 1919. A candlestick telephone is attached to a stand by the desk.

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A nurse attends to the injury of an employee at the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Dispensary in 1919.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. Man are eating at picnic tables while a few men are cooking over a campfire.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. Man are eating at picnic tables while a few men are cooking over a campfire.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. A group of men appear to be playing a game, possibly baseball.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. Two men are cooking over a campfire while others look on.

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The original Ingersoll Milling Machine Company plant in Rockford, Illinois. The photographer was looking Southeast across Willoughby Avenue.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. Several cars are parked in the grass in the background. Picnic tables are set up in the back and two men are cooking over a…

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Foreman's picnic July 2, 1919. The picnic is in an unidentified riverside location. Several cars are parked in the grass in the background. Some men appear to be wearing baseball gloves and playing catch.

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A view of Ingersoll Milling Machine Company from Douglas Street on July 10, 1917. Two cars are parked in front of the building and men can be seen installing windows.

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Looking north on Douglas Street on Flag Day 1918 at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company. Employees gather outside. An American flag can be seen flying from the peak of a factory roof.

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Looking southwest from Willoughby Avenue at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company. The water tower is in the center.

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Looking east across Douglas Street at Ingersoll Milling Machine Company.

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Looking east from the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company water tower showing the concrete erecting shop.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company looking west across Douglas Street with the Schumann Piano Company building in the background.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company, looking west from water tower showing original shop in the center and Willoughby Avenue at right.

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Ingersoll Milling Machine Company testing of an EDM multilead cutting of 0.1246 x 0.0551 slots in carbide for IBM punch machines.

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1916 Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Baseball team. Standing in back row: Rubin Trank, Harry Green, Charlie Doctor, Homer Karr, unknown. Kneeling in front: Allie Johnson, Tony Boggy, Earl Hanson, Wilbur Shedd, unknown.

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Eynon - Ingersoll Milling Machine Company nameplate for machines. This predates Ingersoll's move to Rockford, Illinois in 1891.

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(From right to left) Bob Bertolasi, Ron Weaver, and Doug Hood introduce the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company 20micro, .0001tol 48 lead power supply that was designed for IBM.
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