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Description: Overhead view of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: The arrangementsSomebody takes care of it:planning the details, announcements,transportation,setting the tone,fitting all the likel...
Description: Rooms remembered for what they led toWhat they shut out and how they silent sang
Description: The frayed edge of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
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: We tend to forget that at the time of the destruction of the forests, an emergency situation existed. The need for lumber for the building up of the...
Description: The log who was made King of Logs is here entombedeight round, ten longFor his design, the strengthened forestcapriciously outgrew them all...
Description: If everything stopped dead — watches, tickers, hands — on every island something new would bloomand another age begin
Description: You who were spared I talked with night but lastabout the velvet yearsI remember from the windowThe one that is blown is the one gone wild
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several camp photographs. Includes the "Riding Committee meeting" (including the Dalmatian "Lindy"), campers...
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: A man in motion moves upon good reason.To create disorderhe must stop and settle down.
Description: For any master line drawn fine enough or spoken welllet us call all professionals to wear the laureland deck the Halls of Fame
Description: Put aside anything so futileAll that fermented timespent and blackened, much obscured,is now restored with cheese and wine
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying five photographs. Young campers are participating in a number of activities, including tennis, seesawing, boatin...
Description: The Little Bluebirds — has anyone expressed it betterthan Judy Garland singing. . . why, oh why, can't I
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: The first time out of doors in shirtsleeves is a moment of kindlier feeling,of stern and lonely reservations gladly set aside.With the passing...
Description: The boss says —The center is —Good workmen then served two mastersOne a man, the other a craftA fine-edged tool biting life-long in...
Description: A working lifetime minted these good coins – every daydevoted to circulating them through the same routine streetswore them thin into retirement
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