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Deutsch: Bielefeld - (fiktive) Ansicht der Landmaschinenfabrik für Düngerstreuer, Kartoffelroder, Mähmaschinenvorsätze, ect. Heinrich Kuxmann & Co. Das Stammwerk verfügte über einen eigenen Gleisanschluss.
Source Die deutsche Industrie (1888-1913), Berlin 1913
Author Wilhelm Wendlandt (1859-1937)
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Public domain This image is from Die deutsche Industrie (1888-1913) - Festgabe zum 25jährigen Regierungs-Jubiläum seiner Majestät des Kaisers und Königs Wilhelm II. by Wilhelm Wendlandt (1859-1937), published 1913. The copyrights have expired and this image is in the public domain.
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