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Description: Advertisement for the Palace Beauty Shop, 531 State St. with a view of beauty operators working with three customers and the banner "We make loveliness lo...
Date: 1933 ca.
Description: Catalog cover of the Hammer Blow Tool Company of Wausau, Wisconsin, probably meant to accompany the company's display at the Chicago Century of Progress....
Description: View from shoreline of tree-lined distant shore, beyond which can be seen the dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol, and on the right, St. Raphael's Catholic...
Description: Gas station in a Trachte building on the corner of Highway 51 (Monona Drive) and Highway 30 (Cottage Grove Rd). A "Johnson Winged 70 Gasoline" pump sits i...
Description: George J. Friedrich, floor manager at the Burdick & Murray Co., plays a Melodian at the Bullard house, 1154 E. Mifflin Street.
Description: Men loading a cream separator and gas pumps into the back of an International Red Baby truck in front of the Landall Brothers hardware store and farm equip...
Description: Highway with timbered railroad underpass.
Description: Stanley P. Stemp (owner), standing on the right, and two employees in the Stemp Typewriter Company located at 533 State Street. This store was the first an...
Description: The Forest Products Laboratory.
Description: Men unloading barrels of Jax beer in front of the Ball Sandwich Stand in rural Louisiana. Jax beer was made by Jack's Brewing Company.
Description: Interior of Julian's Delicatessen and Sandwich Shop, 226 State Street, Julius Giller proprietor.
Description: Couples dance to a small band at a matinee dance in the Madison East High School gymnasium.
Description: Glady Hofseth, the teacher at Eagle Corners School, sits with a small group of students at the front of the classroom while the other students work at thei...
Description: The William T. Bonniwell house, viewed from the southwest.
Description: International Model A-4 semi-tractor with sleeper cab and trailer parked in front of the Iowa State Capitol Building. The truck was owned and operated by C...
Description: View of the Presbyterian student chapel at the intersection of State and Murray Streets.
Description: Engineering photograph of a Farmall F-12 tractor with pneumatic (rubber) tires.
Description: Slightly elevated view of crowd in the Fauerbach Brewery tavern at 651 Williamson Street, with men and women drinking and toasting and celebrating the end...
Description: Label cut in the shape of a parallelogram submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Peerless Beer, As created by John Gund Brewing C...
Description: Winter scene with two people on a sled leaving a wake of powdered snow as they pass through the arch at the end of a man-made run. Other people watch in th...
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