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Description: Promotional card depicting the prosperous farming in northern Wisconsin.
Caption: "Here is shown a mixed crop of peas and rye, the clover in the for...
Description: Interior pages of a pamphlet advertising the Moline-Universal tractor two-row cultivator. Features a photograph of a farmer using the cultivator in a field...
Description: Front cover of a booklet advertising the Dart Truck and Tractor Corporation. The text reads, "Dart - The Answer to Modern Commercial Demands."
Description: Back cover of a pamphlet advertising the Parrett tractor, featuring a photograph of a man using the tractor on a farm. The text reads, "The Parrett Tractor...
Description: Cover of a brochure celebrating a new International Harvester Manhattan branch, featuring an aerial photograph of Manhattan, including the corner of West 4...
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: Advertisement for the Townsend heavy duty 12-20 horsepower tractor featuring three photographs of the tractor at work on a farm along with testimonies from...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Methodist Church.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view of the Cameron Mission, a home for rescued Asian (Chinese and Japanese) slaves in San Francisco. Some of the residents are posed in a group a...
Description: Exterior view of the Greene Memorial Library of Milwaukee-Downer College (now the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). The image is part of a 14-page pamphl...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Promotional card advertising the hemlock barn industry in northern Wisconsin. The card features an elevated view of a tannery.
Caption: THE HEMLOCK BARK...
Date: 1916-05-02 before
Description: Card menu from Smith Law Club at Harvard University, with a three-quarter duotone view of a law school building.
Description: Promotional card advertising the school house in Rib Lake. The caption reads, "SCHOOL HOUSE, RIB LAKE, TAYLOR COUNTY, WIS. -In all the towns of Price and T...
Description: Holiday card from Governor and Mrs. Philip F. La Follette. On the front of the card is an image of the Wisconsin State Capitol covered in snow. On the righ...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for International station wagons, featuring a photograph of an International station wagon parked in a residential drivewa...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Advertisement for the La Crosse kerosene tractor featuring photographs of the tractor in use on farm jobs. The headline reads, "The HAPPY FARMER Really Bur...
Description: A summer resort, situated on the banks of Fowler and La Belle Lakes, in the village of Oconomowoc, thirty miles from Milwaukee on the St. Paul R.R. Men sta...
Description: Interior pages of a pamphlet advertising the Moline-Universal tractor featuring photographs of the tractor at work on farms.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View up brick path towards the exterior of the Conrad Seipp summer home at Black Point on Geneva Lake. A horse-drawn wagon is parked in front; a dog stands...
Description: Front cover of an advertisement for Dark farm tractors and motor trucks featuring a photograph of farmers using a Dart tractor to power another piece of eq...
Description: Cover of an advertising brochure for the International C-55 truck. Features a photograph of a C-55 truck operated by Brocco and Zadra, St. Louis, Missouri.
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