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Date: 1930 ca.
Description: A sketch of the Indian Agency House, located near the site of Fort Winnebago.
Description: Wenga and Amutuk catching crabs in the Arctic.
Description: Administrative building of the State Fish Hatchery.
Description: Farmer operating a McCormick-Deering corn sheller powered by a portable engine.
Description: Poster for wrestling event at the S.S. Armory featuring Magy vs. Ackley, Stone vs. Smith, Dennis vs. Hessel, Ramsey vs. Hooper and Lorenzo vs. Anderson. Ev...
Description: Historic marker placed on the site of the first cabin built in Milwaukee, 1795. A replica cabin is behind. The plaque says: On this site the first permane...
Description: The Berkley Chevrolet dealership, 224 Third Avenue, housed in a two-story brick building with Red Crown Gasoline pumps in front. Signs in the window advert...
Description: Road construction workers along Highway 69 north of Monroe in Green County.
Description: View of the living room of Wabanaki Lodge, a log building with a rustic interior. The room features a large fireplace on the left wall, tables, and wicker...
Description: International Harvester's New Orleans twine mill.
Description: Group portrait of WIBA "Harvester's" orchestra.
Description: Employees of the Bock Oil Burner Company work in the machine shop.
Description: Gathering of men at a “Shport [sic] Outing”. The men are standing around a barbecue pit, preparing a feast of fish and corn.
Description: Exterior view of a church.
Description: A view of the town from across the lake.
Description: Back view of the E. Pike residence. The owner is thought to have been a relative of Robinson D. Pike (1838-1905), a lumber merchant and the founder of Bay...
Description: Exterior view of the Odd Fellows' Home.
Description: A truck with sign advertising the movie, "Africa Speaks" is parked in front of the Kaybee Store, next to the Capitol Theatre, 209 State Street where the mo...
Description: View of a lake with a motorboat and distant factories.
Description: View of the Marathon Paper Mills Company.
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