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Description: Jack Sanders, Lewis Arms's co-worker at Greyhound, sits on a curb on Brearly Street to eat his lunch.
Date: 1923-11-06 before
Description: Front cover and menu listing for the farewell dinner aboard the S.S. Resolute of the United American Lines. On the cover is a three-quarter view of...
Description: Lewis Arms sits on a wagon at Bernard Arms's farm.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The photographer's daughters, from left, Helen, Alice, Margaret and son Ferdinand Leonard at the wheel, pose on a two-masted boat, the Martha G., wh...
Description: View from street of the Rozmenoski Brothers Meat Market, on a side street of town, in the Adam Best Building, built in 1914. A man stands inside behind the...
Description: Group of East High School senior students exchanging "class cards" in preparation for commencement. Pictured left to right: John Collins, Paul Hoenk, Nancy...
Description: The wreck of John Kaminski's plane, where he had been scheduled to fly at the Fourth of July festivities.
Date: date unknown
Description: "Apollo No. 1" steamboat at landing of Larks Hotel.
Description: Diamond Service Station (Mid Continent Petroleum Corp.), 2070 Atwood Avenue, Schenk's Corners, with houses in the background.
Description: View of rural Blue Mounds, with a two-lane, paved road.
Description: Street with retail shops, automobiles. Some of the signs read: "Majestic Hotel, ...tap room, Pabst Blue Ribbon"; "Coffee room"; "Western Union"; "The Bank...
Description: A footbridge crossing Fish Creek into Peninsula Stat Park.
Description: Saloon owned by Tom Emerson. Poster advertises a fair in Black River Falls on September 7, 8, 9, and 10, 1897.
Description: "Saybury" Shop at Harry S. Manchester's, Incorporated, 2-6 East Mifflin Street, with display of dressing gowns.
Description: Groves-Barnhart School for Secretaries, 502 State Street. Director, Regina Groves, with a student (?).
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy posed sitting, and two boys standing. The young man sitting is holding a a package wrapped...
Date: 1945 ca.
Description: A group of six children play on a frozen pond on the right. The Dunham School and trees appear inside a fence on the left, and the ground is covered with s...
Description: A Greyhound Cruiser is parked in the snow, waiting for parts at the Greyhound station on Brearly Street where Lewis Arms was employed. Arms called this one...
Description: Lewis Arms peeks from behind Jerome Williams, who is holding a cigarette. They are standing outdoors near a street.
Description: A man sells ties to blues singer Emerie Ann Lincoln, at Spoo & Stephan Store, 18 N. Carroll Street.
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