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Description: Students and teacher in the classroom at Dunham School. The room is filled with desks, chairs, books, a blackboard and a globe. Three large window can be s...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Portrait of two smiling Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) women identified as Clara St. Cyr, a Nebraska Winnebago, left, and Lucy Davis (NukZeeKah), the sister of John...
Description: Woman using a Necchi sewing machine.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The students of Dunham School pose outdoors with the school building in the background. Identified are (front, left to right) LaVerne Campbell, Mildred Pet...
Description: Ferdinand L. (Fedy) Hotz steers the powerboat "Oweene" with 6 women passengers. His mother, Clothilde, sits closest to him. Door Bluff is in the backgroun...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: A large crew in a sectioned field harvests cranberries by hand from a Wisconsin cranberry bog. There are farm buildings in the background.
Description: View across dirt road of the asylum and grounds. A large three-story building is spread out over several acres. Stairs are leading up to entrances on the s...
Description: Leo T. Kehl with a line formation of students, most wearing tap or ballroom shoes. In addition to operation of the Kehl School of Dance in Madison, Kehl pr...
Description: Wisconsin's first Alice in Dairyland, Margaret McGuire, riding on a float in a parade in her hometown.
Description: Delegates to the annual convention of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare gather outside the convention hall.
Description: A large crew works in a sectioned field of cranberries in order to hand pick the harvest from a Wisconsin bog.
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's line of Champion harvesting machines. The cover features an illustration of a woman carrying...
Description: An early view of the Ojibwa Roadside Park. There are several automobiles in the background, and people sit on benches under the trees.
Description: Publicist Harry Bruno; B.F. Mahoney, designer of "The Spirit of St. Louis"; an Earl Carroll chorus girl; Charles Lindbergh; and Bruno's partner, Richard Bl...
Description: Formal seated portrait of Belle Case La Follette, the wife of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., and her two sons, Robert M. La Follette, Jr., (standing) and Phil...
Description: The Wisconsin Worker's Alliance May Day parade float. The float has three workers on it with tools and signs read "Roosevelt's Recovery Program: Never More...
Description: Jody Epply, 20, of Oshkosh, a junior in the college of nursing, honorary regimental commander of the Marquette University Reserve Officers' Training Corps,...
Description: A woman wearing an apron and holding a bowl climbs up the stairs from a cellar bulkhead on the side of a farmhouse. A bell on a wooden pole stands next to...
Description: Women officers of the Milwaukee Turners. Eight oval portraits are on a decorative hand-painted mat.
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Emma Gebhardt seated in front of a painted backdrop. She is wearing a long, polka-dotted skirt, a printed blouse, a bandana...
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