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Date: 1904 date unknown
Description: A large Seminole Native American family posed as a group including men, women, children, all wearing Seminole native clothing with dogs and a chicken prese...
Description: Men scalding turkeys to remove feathers in the production area at the Frank Lyons Turkey Farm.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Cornelius L. (Neal) Harrington in a formal World War I portrait.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: A fishing settlement. Two piers at the shoreline with a sandy beach, one with a ramp next to it. There are several buildings in the background. Two tugbo...
Description: Henry Miller with his wife, three children, and sister-in-law, Lena Jaeger, chopping wood. Henry is sawing a log, while a woman is cutting wood with an axe...
Description: Neil Nash, vice-president of the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company, speaking to the crowd at the dedication of the Centralia Pulp and Paper Mill historical mar...
Description: Recently-appointed Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach answers questions from the press. To his left is George Reedy, press secretary for President Lyndon...
Description: Portrait painting of Chief Little Shell, Chippewa Native American. The painting is leaning against a wall. Part of the T.B. Walker Indian Collection, on lo...
Description: Portrait of an unidentified man, perhaps Hale Shears, insurance salesman, Reitan-Lerdahl & Co.
Description: Farmer working in a field with an Oliver plow drawn by three horses.
Description: Goetsch family standing with a cow in front of the home of Paul C. Goetsch. From left to right, Russel Goetsch, Paul C. Goetsch, Mrs. Paul C. Goetsch, Erns...
Date: 1929 ca.
Description: A photograph from the Fox Hearst film "Romance of the Reaper," The film was produced by International Harvester to celebrate the Reaper Centennial. Caption...
Description: A street car in Krakow photographed by American journalist Alvin Steinkopf while on a tour of German-occupied Poland. He labeled it in his scrapbook."Jews...
Description: A view of four uniformed men on horseback, two of which hold flags. The soldiers are seen riding across a plain at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
Description: A man works on an armature at Fuller & Johnson, 52 North Dickinson Street. Fuller&Johnson produced war material during World War II.
Description: Group portrait of the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team who won the Western Conference Championship. Left to right: Forwards Bobby Cook and Ex...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A group of men, women, and children, including Nettie Fowler McCormick sitting at a table outdoors. A dog stands in the foreground, and tea cups and conta...
Description: Four staff members of the Marketing division of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture standing around a desk with a stack of papers.
Description: Listing of John Deere farm tractor specifications. The text is set against a background photograph of men working on a farm with a silo and donkeys in the...
Description: Lt. Commander Leonard (Leo) Thelen, Commanding Officer of the hospital, takes the pulse of a Marine line officer whose legs have been injured by shrapnel.
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