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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: Interior view of the bar, with eight bar stools. Signs behind the bar include "Coca-Cola," "Grain Belt Beer," "Goebel," and "Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer."
Description: View looking west at Rib Mountain across the Wisconsin River from the outskirts of Wausau.
Description: Caid Kahlifa Lamin poses in front of an opening, perhaps a door, in a cement wall, covered with a cloth hanging. He is dressed in official attire and is st...
Description: This map features a legend of highways, railroads, parks, and service stations. The cover and inside of he map features pictures of attractions in Madison...
Description: Philip La Follette sits on the shoulders of a man in a crowd of supporters, possibly during his 1930 campaign for the governorship of Wisconsin.
Description: Walter T. Butler stands beside a radio transmitter in his store, Butler Radio Service, 606 University Avenue.
Description: View from sidewalk of the landscaping outside a public library in St. Charles, Illinois.
Description: A crop rotation sign stands near a dirt road leading to the farmhouse on an International Harvester demonstration farm.
Description: A group portrait of boys and young men in oriental costume and make-up. Most are holding opened hand fans.
Description: Mrs. (Dorothy) Pond poses dressed in indigenous apparel, including jewelry, as a Mauresque. She appears to be standing in a doorway partially covered with...
Description: Four workers crating up International motor trucks for export shipment at International Harvester's Springfield Works (factory). One of the men is wearing...
Description: Display of radios and furniture in the Montgomery Ward store, 102 North Hamilton Street.
Description: Aerial view, looking northeast, across Mud Lake with North Bay in the background, showing cultivated fields and wooded land.
Description: Hand-colored drawing, labeled 4., of a design for a ring featuring a large green cabochon. The stone is surrounded by a ring of white stones, with an outer...
Description: Front view of First Methodist Church, formerly Methodist Episcopal Church.
Description: Administrative building of the State Fish Hatchery.
Description: A male beauty operator gives a woman a facial massage in the Baron Brothers Department Store Beauty Shop/"Bobber" Shop.
Description: Factory workers and parts at Milwaukee Works.
Description: The home of Moses Strong, a prominent attorney, politician, speculator and land agent who moved to Wisconsin Territory and settled in Mineral Point in 1836...
Description: Poster created by the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a Native-American man facing the sun with his arms outsretched. Includes the text "su...
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