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Description: Building at the Tri-State Fair, outside of which a white pine tree dying from white pine blister rust is displayed.
Description: Two bartenders stand in the middle of the circular bar at the Park Hotel.
Description: Baby Richard Quinney held by his mother, Alice Quinney, standing next to a car on Christmas day.
Description: Harry S. Manchesters Inc. Department Store, 2-6 E. Mifflin Street, and other businesses: Walk-Over Shoes, 8 E. Mifflin Street, Moseley's Books, 10 E. Miffl...
Description: Baron Brothers department store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street, also known as the Mendota Building, and The Hub, 22-24 W. Mifflin Street, and H. Cushman shoes (p...
Description: Worker grades a rural road with a McCormick-Deering Model 30 industrial tractor and a pull grader. The tractor was owned by Weld County.
Description: Norwegian folk dancers in costume, Ray Strand and his partner Miss Reison, perform for the Sons of Norway's Syttende Mai celebration. They have been coache...
Description: Howard Morey delivering the film "Hell's Holiday" to R.E. Mutchler of American Legion Post No. 57. (The man in the top coat is unidentified.) Morey flew th...
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: Formerly on the corner of Court and South Bluff Streets, the All Souls Church was later converted into a "flat building".
Description: McCormick-Deering I-12 tractor on a street in front of a building.
Description: John Harrison, 616 Williamson Street, with part of his brood of doomed white rats. City health department ordered their extermination.
Description: Farmers combining wheat on Purdue University's Edgewood Farm using an air-tired McCormick-Deering combine (harvester-thresher) and Farmall F-20 tractor.
Description: Three International school buses parked in yard outside school building. A sign on the roof says: "Fox Consolidated School".
Description: Exterior view of the Garrick Theater at 115 Monona Avenue, now Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The view also contains the Kehoe Cigars store, Savidusky's...
Description: An original lithograph promoting the national parks of the western United States and Canada, as well as promoting train travel. The poster depicts a creek...
Description: Damaged automobiles of Leo Maly and August Steinhagen at scene of accident at Middleton Junction Road. Leo Maly was killed, his wife, Edna, and son, Paul,...
Description: Maple Bluff Country Club afternoon tea. Left to right: Mrs. John Stephan, Mrs. J.E. O'Connell, and Mrs. Theodore Lewis, President of the women's organizati...
Description: Man working at cranberry cleaning machine. On both sides of the machine are stacks of crates used for storing cranberries. Under the machine is the plant d...
Description: Simpson's women's clothing store, with Art Deco sign, located at 23-25 Pinckney Street on the Capitol Square.
Description: Friends Homer Graber and Gilbert May of Mineral Point, show their baby beef calves that won the grand champion and reserve champion titles at the Livestock...
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