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Description: International Model A-4 motor truck with a 185-inch wheel base, and a horse-drawn wagon hauling Famous Beverwyck Beer. The horse-drawn trailer contains bee...
Description: Group portrait of eight Wisconsin State Capitol scrubwomen. Left to right: Mrs. Mary DeRenzo, Mrs. Elizabeth Weddig, Miss Mary McCloskey, Mrs. Ingeborg Si...
Description: Colorized postcard of Balance Rock, a formation in Devil's Lake State Park. There are carved initials and other markings on the rock formation. A tree is v...
Description: Portrait of U.S. Federal Judge Patrick T. Stone seated at his desk.
Description: Colorized postcard of Devil's Lake by moonlight. Two rock formations and trees appear in the foreground. The lake, trees, bluffs and sky are visible in the...
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: Mrs. Mary DeRenzo, "Dean of the scrub women's crew" at the Wisconsin State Capitol, holding the mop she used for thirty years.
Description: The east elevation of the home of Charles Miller.
Description: Company truck for the Madison Rug Factory at 8 S. Livingston Street, with advertising for cleaning, resizing, remaking, weaving, and shampooing services.
Description: A typed letter from W.C. Fields to Phillip Goodman. It is full of personal news items. In the letter he mentions that "Prohibition ends today."
Description: Group portrait of U. S. District Court Judge Patrick T. Stone, seated, and standing l-r, daughter Mary Louise Stone, Mrs. Patrick T. Stone, father P.E. Sto...
Description: Three hogs feed on the Larson farm. There are farm wagons in the background and snow on the ground.
Date: 1933-07 ca.
Description: Hiram Vroman's residence located in the area known as Stoner's Prairie.
Description: View of the home of Charles Miller from the southeast.
Description: Studio shot of a McCormick-Deering mower showing decals and sickle bar.
Description: "Three Little Maids", group portrait of three women, all standing, one holding a guitar, who performed with the WLS Barn Dance.
Description: Portrait of elderly Mrs. Hugh O'Neill, lying in bed after losing her life savings of $610, which had been in a bag pinned to her undergarments.
Description: A road map of Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, showing the populations of cities and villages, state and federal highways, national forests, state...
Description: John Walker, father of 16 children, stands outside a greenhouse with pipe in mouth.
Description: University of Wisconsin students representing the UW Student Budget Committee present a petition to Senator Otto Mueller at the Wisconsin State Capitol. St...
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