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Date: 1930 before
Description: Three-quarter view from driveway of exterior of the Winnebago County Asylum.
Description: Elevated view of Poor Farm on the grounds of the Winnebago County Asylum. There is a large barn, silo, windmill, and the roof of a large building in the ba...
Description: View from road of a building located on the grounds of the Winnebago County Asylum. Standing on a sidewalk in front is a man leaning on a cane.
Description: A man sits in an armchair reading an advertisement for the International Harvester "New 1/2-Ton Truck." A free-standing ashtray is next to the chair.
Description: Police officer selling raffle tickets to two men for refrigerators displayed on truck beds. One sign reads "Frigidaire prize. Police picnic benefit for Kid...
Description: Elevated view of two men standing next to an International truck in what appears to be a dealership showroom.
Description: Man removing a block of ice from an International truck for delivery in a residential neighborhood. The truck was owned by Rochester Ice and Cold Storage U...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: 631-635 East Wilson Street. The far right building is an office for Roy's Transfer and Storage Company.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: This map shows types of roadways, cities, lakes, rivers, county boundaries and points of interest. Portions of Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan are...
Description: Two salesmen stand beside one of the Willson's Monarch Remedies horse-drawn wagons. Willson's sold patent medicines, spices, extracts, flavorings, and "toi...
Description: Back of Main Building at Highlander Folk School.
Description: Green Bay's downtown area with store fronts and billboards, looking south from the corner of Main Street.
Description: Exterior of a large barn and automobile.
Description: Elevated view of Wisconsin Foundry and Machine Company road construction equipment, featuring a new portable rock crushing plant, on display at the Wiscons...
Description: A woman walks down the sidewalk in front of the Bank of Sun Prairie building, with Stoehr's variety store, and a shoe store in the same block.
Description: Group portrait of Rose Rosandlich, from Granton, who was elected Dairy Queen in 1935, and her court. They are, from left to right: Harry [?], Bernice Wegne...
Description: View across water of a man, woman, and two children on the shoreline of Lake Owen at the White Pine Lodge. There is a dock on the far left, and a two-story...
Description: View across lawn towards the T.C. Richmond House, which was located on the south side of Lakeside Street, between 505 and 605 W. Lakeside Street. The house...
Description: A tire repairman in coveralls and necktie is shown in his shop among tires, inner tubes and equipment. Gas pumps are visible through the front window.
Description: A ship marked "Beaverton" docks near Hamilton Twine Mills while another anchors behind it.
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