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Description: View from street of a couple is sitting on the front stoop of a house which has rooms for tourists. A lawn swing and planters are on the lawn. There is a l...
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Robert Pulling wearing a headband in a self-portrait. He was a photographer for the Sound Storm music festival. A festival staff member is visible in the b...
Description: Geoff Cook, wearing a headband and a jacket, stands on the Sound Storm stage near stacks of speakers with another festival staff member. He was the festiva...
Description: A woman wearing sunglasses with her jeans rolled up is standing in Rowan Creek near York Farm during the Sound Storm music festival.
Description: A restaurant with open-air patio seating at the Glenco Resort.
Description: Exterior view across street of the Modern Home Hotel in a residential neighborhood. There are large, enclosed porches on the first and second stories. A la...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A small child stands by a rustic wooden gate in a brick archway at the home of William Llewellyn and Zona Gale Breese. The child may be Leslyn, the adopted...
Description: Elevated view of crowd of audience members at the Sound Storm music festival, including a naked woman seen from behind.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Steele Tavern, built in 1849. The large, two-story wooden building with a rear wing, is in a state of neglect. The portion on the left has twelve over eigh...
Description: Chicago R&B act Baby Huey mid-performance viewed from stage left. Members of the horn section and percussionists are visible in front of and behind Baby Hu...
Description: The remains of the boiler tank of the Milwaukee Road railroad engine of the Portage to Madison passenger train, which exploded and derailed south of Arling...
Description: A nude man with long hair dances on top of a U-Haul moving truck. Two people in the foreground are near a Sunn brand amplifier on the bottom right.
Description: The Ravenswood beach on the Wisconsin River. A man is piloting an excursion boat as it is pulling away from the shoreline. Two rowboats are pulled up on th...
Description: A man, woman, and child pose by a car near a tourist camping stop.
Description: The Wyocena Farmers' Cooperative, a feed mill with railroad tracks along the side of the building.
Description: Peter Obranovich (better known at the time as "Pete Bobo"), promoter for the festival, on horseback riding up to address the festival staff near the campin...
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Woman on footbridge in a forested area in Durwards Glen.
Description: A small crowd gathers for a Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) ceremony under an open air structure, probably in the Wisconsin Dells. Two men in ceremonial dress stand i...
Description: Two German prisoners and two American officers discussing some papers while standing outdoors. In the background, German prisoners of war are lined up for...
Description: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, keyboardist and percussionist for the Grateful Dead, sitting at his keyboard mid-performance, playing a tambourine. His t-shirt read...
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