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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Covered bridge over river.
Description: The Kopp's Meat Market, located at 606 South Park Street. Easter window showing Plankington bologna, hams, frankfurters, and Easter decorations.
Description: The Nicolet Paper Company is seen at the end of the bridge.
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering 10-20, 15-30 and Farmall tractors showing a color illustration of a tractor and several farming scenes. Includes t...
Description: Olga Laube sits in her living room at 604 East Johnson Street with her trained German Police dog Barry, who can add, subtract, multiply, spell, and do many...
Description: Vertical view of the Tenney Building, 110 East Main Street, taken from across the street. Visible are Liggett's Drug Store, Three Sisters and Mangel's wome...
Description: A group of four women medical students wearing laboratory coats at Wisconsin General hospital. Left to right, Mrs. A.F. Kyhos is sitting at a microscope w...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Nicolet Paper Company on left.
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Brochure produced by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Markets to encourage the consumption of Wisconsin butter.
Description: Clark's "Clothes for Men" clothing store, 126 State Street. Included in the view are Harry Blum's jewelry store, 128 State Street, and C.W. Anderson jewele...
Description: Nick Knechtges, watchmaker, at his workbench in his home shop.
Description: Men looking for a job during the Great Depression wait their turn in the Employment Office waiting room, while another sits with a clerk and fills out form...
Description: Special school children at Hawthorne School posing with their industrial artwork at the front of the classroom.
Description: Horse-drawn Kennedy Mansfield milk wagon at 2126 Vilas Avenue on the corner of Vilas and Edgewood. Signage on side of wagon advertises "irradiated Vitamin...
Description: View of Savidusky's Dye House Company State, Paint and Paper Company, Schadauer's China Shop, a drygoods store and Chop Suey Restaurant. The view also incl...
Description: Six University of Wisconsin coeds, members of the Archery Club, pose on the archery field with bows drawn.
Date: 1939 ca.
Description: Exterior view of Hotel Menard, a three-story building with what appears to be stucco exterior. There is a front entrance with what appears to be stonework...
Description: Leath's furniture and floor coverings store, 117-119 State Street.
Description: The front entrance of the Greendale Theater with other storefronts visible. The marquee reads "Greendale Theater, Air Conditioned For Comfort, New Show Eve...
Description: Man with oar sitting in rowboat with a motor attached, paddling near shore of Spider Lake. "Point Henry Resort" is stenciled on the side of the boat.
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