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Description: Disabled students with crutches, wheelchairs and other aids for locomotion hold a club meeting at Longfellow School in the Greenbush neighborhood.
Description: View of damaged farmhouse and group of people sitting and standing outdoors. The roof was blown off and windows were shattered. Four women stand in the yar...
Description: A food scientists looks through a microscope at Oscar Mayer.
Description: A group of women representing Disabled American Veterans poses with Mayor Albert G. Schmedeman and a plaque proclaiming Forget-Me-Not Day.
Description: A man and his dog are on the lawn in front of a house. A wooden sign reads, "Cottage and Rooms for Rent." Another sign below advertises for "N.F. Sherman 2...
Description: Jesse Smith is on the job as desk sergeant at the Madison Police Department.
Date: 1931 ca.
Description: Students work at their desks in the Mayo School, District No. 1. A row of books forms the foreground; history lessons from the time of reconstruction after...
Description: Exterior view of the two-story, log Ottawa Lodge, located 2 miles west of Kenton on M28, Upper Michigan. The lodge building has a front porch and chimney....
Description: Emerson School children and teacher listen to a radio broadcast from a radio set up in front of the blackboard in the classroom at 2421 East Johnson Street...
Description: Portrait of four boys that make up the Champion Wisconsin Cattle Judging Team.
Description: Exterior view of "Kea Ora," a small cottage with a screened-in porch amongst the oaks and pines.
Description: Joe Mietus, 16, poses at the Mayo School, District No. 1. On the reverse of the photograph is written, "Has invented several home made farm tools. Also has...
Description: An ambulance carries signs advertising the film, "Mr. Lemon of Orange" in front of the Strand Theatre at 16 E. Mifflin Street. Also on that block are Barto...
Description: Gladys Heacock, escapee from Indiana State School for Girls, who pleaded guilty to stealing a State car, and another woman sit in the Dane County jail.
Description: A woman slices ham in the Oscar Mayer kitchen.
Description: Moseley Book Company, located at 10 Mifflin Street.
Description: A streetcar was knocked off the tracks in an accident with an automobile at the corner of Mills and Drake Streets.
Description: Edison kinetascope, patented in 1897, one of the first motion picture projectors invented by Thomas A. Edison. It is hand cranked and chain driven.
Description: Lillian Rice (aka Loretta La Boze), 18 of Janesville, in man's clothing with police matron, Pearl Shaughnessy, at the Police Station. Lillian was arrested...
Description: Ruth Jordan holding an Easter lily plant in Smith-Knox Floral Co. greenhouse, 2023 Sherman Avenue.
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