Bluffs and Piasa Bird, 2016

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1950s Workers of the Stanolind "A" This is a black and white photograph from the early 1950s of fourteen men and two women aboard the Stanolind "A." On the back of the photograph, the names of those pictured are listed. Top row: Skipper Joe Means, Chief Engineer Tom Wells, Pilot Vernon Eggenberg. Second Row: Charles Sontag (deckhand), Orville Noltensmeyer (first mate), Vick Kramer (second mate), Richard Hartsock (oiler), Noltensmeyer (deckhand). Third Row: Mrs. Ringhausen (first cook), Mr. Ringhausen (second cook), Susie Poore (maid), Baker (deckhand), Leroy Monje (engineer), (tankerman), Clem Shornhorst (engineer), Clifford Clifton (deckhand). Circa 1950s November 13, 2018
Herman Schrunke and threshing crew all lined up This is a photograph of Herman Schrunke in his thresher outfit with his crew members. The crew are all lined up and posing for the photograph on top of their machines. Circa 1900 - 1910 September 17, 2017
Herman Schunke's Thresher and Crew Herman Schunke's thresher and crew posing for a photograph. There is an arrow pointing to Herman Schunke on the left side of the photograph. Circa 1900 - 1910 September 17, 2017