Irvin Greer working at Hey Machinery Co., which manufactured airplane and other tires. A fourth-generation family business, Hey has been in business since 1929.
Earl Davault working in the Baldwin Lumberyard, circa 1940s.
Surveying students at Baker University.
The bookkeeping room at Baldwin State Bank, circa 1925.
Moving students into Baker University.
A child in front of Baldwin's Delmonico College Cafe, unknown address.
Tom Holland (Kansas state senator, 3rd District), at left, Chainy Folsom and Stephanie Thomas work to clean up the Baldwin Lumberyard during its renovation into the Lumberyard Arts Center, around 2004.
A campus cleanup effort at Baker University, dated March 22, 1928.
A campus cleanup effort at Baldwin University in more recent years.
Lumberyard Arts Center gallery coordinator Sandy Cardens looks into a model of Fischer's Fancy Grocers, later Ford's IGA, which opened in 1908 at the corner of Eighth and High streets in Baldwin City. The model will be on display as part of the Way We Worked exhibit opening March 23 at the Lumberyard Arts Center.
Tiny patrons relax inside a model of Fischer's Fancy Grocers, later Ford's IGA, which opened in 1908 at the corner of Eighth and High streets in Baldwin City. The model will be on display as part of the Way We Worked exhibit opening March 23 at the Lumberyard Arts Center.
Aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) deck crew guides a fighter jet, by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jonathan Snyder, 2008.
Firefighters amidst the rubble of the World Trade Center, New York City, by Andrea Booher, September 2001.
Young women delivering ice, 1918.
Submarine builder at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, by Fenno Jacobs, August 1943.
Mexican farm worker in lettuce field, Blythe, California, by Charles O’Rear, May 1972.
Pesticides inspector draws a sample of a toxic liquid, Greenville, Mississippi, by John Messina, March 1974.
Switchboard operators direct overseas calls, December 1943.
Workman on the framework of the Empire State Building, New York City, ca. 1930-31.
Young loom workers at Bibb Mill No. 1 in Macon, Georgia, by Lewis W. Hine, January 1909.