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Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying a group portrait and a swatch of blue cloth from the official camp uniform. Original caption notes: "Our camp ou...
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Description: Overhead view of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: If you will tell me, then, the things that you have readI shall not have heard of thembut I will read them for your sakeThere is a meeting...
Description: The frayed edge of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: Everybody who lived should get a gold watchfor enduranceand a chain for hanging
Description: Dearest Daughter,The year is flown.We can't compete and we stand alone
Description: A word without momentum that settled on a note of calmcaught windand spun its venom into froth, to coola Sunday afternoon in June
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several photographs of Joy Camps activities. Includesa young camper with a hatchet and piece of wood; two ca...
Description: View of the inside of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin. The maker's label reads: "Orel Cook, Rutland, Vt."
Description: Rockford, Ill.J.H. DenisonEditorial room of the Milwaukee JournalProbably the Black River at Black River FallsChildren taug...
Description: Sunday was the day when, to a stranger,almost nothing happened. But to usit was the best day of all
Description: White horses, white fences that money can't buy
Description: Way back in the soft center of hard timesdid not their resistance to change in the sentimentmake some senseWhat could take the place of the...
Description: He was taught restraint and patriotic fiction,letting automation byto wipe the chimneys clean of issuesand make horizons in the sky
Description: Lightning cleared the air, that we could seejust how deep the rootland layFar below the wished for, but not beyond the Will
Description: The tattered remains of a processing envelope from The Photoart House. Handwritten on the envelope is "Ice Machine, 111, 893," "Schoelkopf, 210 E Wash Ave....
Description: Every macho-mind knows exactly whatand where it is — up front, smokinghot, born to circumstance, savagewatchman of the several thousand Rights
Description: There are Gothic ways the light comes drifting through a forestclothes fit, things pad themselvesstone rests on stone and legends long persist,...
Description: "I am the man with measuring pole on my shoulder. At the age of 21 years I was sawing log in the woods. Since then I have seen the old time way go and the...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying three photographs from the Lake Katherine trip. Includes photographs of campers seated in the back of a tru...
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