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Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Portrait of Frank A. Hutchins from the cover of a program for a testimonial dinner in his honor.
Description: View near crane operator looking down on coal car near exterior of building. Pawling & Harnischfeger type "O" bridge crane with a type "G" trolley in a fou...
Description: A dramatic publicity still of Walter Long from the film Birth of a Nation. Long played Gus, a "renegrade negro," in blackface.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Vola Vale, silent film actress who was a leading ingenue for the Balboa Amusement Producing Company.
Description: Mary E. Smith, wife of Dr. Joseph Smith, arranges flowers for the holidays.
Date: 1917-08-23 ca.
Description: Man, possibly Joseph Brown, attending to an automobile on the road between Waukesha and Ionsman. Rural landscape and farm in the background.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Color postcard decorated on the border with autumn-colored leaves and an American flag crest on the top, center, and a banner which reads, "American Homest...
Description: View from snowy ditch looking down side of stock train. The engineer is looking out of the locomotive window, and another man stands on the tracks near the...
Description: In this courtroom scene still for the Keystone silent comedy "Black Eyes and Blue," the judge is played by Jack Henderson. The woman in the black hat is pr...
Description: View down dirt road. There is a millinery, dentist's office, drug store, Elsen House ice cream, and meat market. There are horse-drawn carriages on either...
Description: Interior fold of a pamphlet advertising the Nilson Senior and Junior tractors.
Description: Weathered farm buildings stand beside a dirt road. Behind the buildings, the orchard is in bloom.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Rocky Roost, a vacation home west of Governor's Island, in Lake Mendota. Frank Lloyd Wright served as the architect in the remodeling (in 1901 and 1903) of...
Description: St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church at Chestnut and Hubbard Streets.
Description: Another view of Ludington Street.
Description: Men baling hay near a barn using a horse-powered hay press.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Unitarian Church, built in 1886, and parish hall added in 1911 (both demolished), 125 Wisconsin Avenue at East Dayton Street, with a corner of the Federal...
Description: This map shows plat of town, local streets, numbered lots, blocks, and wards, roads, Lake Menomin, Wilson Creek, Red Cedar River, and land ownership by nam...
Description: "Zenya" boat, owned by the Hull family, docked next to a Coast Guard vessel in La Pointe.
Description: Receipt for the sum of $8 paid by Louis M. Hobbins to Peter Bratvold for the right to hunt on 40 acres of land in Door Creek from Oct 26, 1910 through Octo...
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