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Date: 1920 ca.

Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman) (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah), wearing a plain dress (hinukwuaje) and mocc...

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Woman in Cellar

Date: 1921 ca.

Description: A woman wearing an apron stands in a cellar while taking potatoes out of a basket for storage on a shelf. Shelves on the wall behind her hold multiple jars...

Date: 1960-03-15 

Description: Working on plans for the annual dinner meeting of the Wisconsin Alumni Club of Madison are Anya Castle, Dorothy Curreri, Mary Mohs, and Jean Johnson. The s...

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Children in Library

Date: 1938 ca.

Description: Young children reading at the library. A librarian works near the circulation desk in the background. When it opened in 1938, the Library had a seating cap...

Date: 1968-04-03 

Description: Wesley W. Jung at the Jung Carriage Museum. Mr. Jung is standing on the right in front of a circus wagon. Painted inside of an oval on the side is a circus...

Date: 1941-11-03 ca.

Description: A factory worker places charges into an electrically controlled draw furnace at International Harvester's Canton Works. Original caption reads, "Shell Pack...

Date: 1992-12 

Description: Jill Bremigan in a black velvet and lace cocktail dress that she made from Butterick pattern 6402 (1992). She wore it to a Christmas party held in Madison,...

Date: 1935-07-23 

Description: Four customers visit the Niglis Implement Store, an International Harvester dealership at 724 Williamson Street, with 3 employees behind the counter.

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Crime Re-enactment

Date: 1986-04-23 

Description: This image was captured during the re-enactment of a crime that took place at a convenience store on Tuesday, April 22nd, 1986. The killing of Andrew N. Ne...

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Hard-Time Party

Date: 1932 ca.

Description: Pupils of the Northey School, District No. 7, pose with their parents at a Halloween "Hard-time" party at the school. Many in the group wear ragged or outd...

Date: 1938 

Description: Dealer P.W. Stonebrig(?) and his son posing as a dealer explaining a Farmall F-12 tractor to a customer. A Farmall F-20 tractor and several advertising pos...

Date: 1956-02-20 

Description: "Curt Mueller (#25), who collected 15 points for Wisconsin, is shown as he put a little reverse 'English' on the ball and, believe it or not, scored on thi...

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The School at Work

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...

Date: 1995-07-22 

Description: Holy Union ceremony of Brian Bigler (right) and Ken Scott (left) on July 22, 1995 at the First Unitarian Church, Madison, Wisconsin. This may have been on...

Date: 1935-07-23 

Description: Interior of Niglis Implement Store, an International Harvester dealership located at 724 Williamson Street, with four customers and three employees standin...

Date: 1910-01-19 

Description: Worker assembling the spokes of a wooden wagon wheel at International Harvester's Weber Wagon Works in Auburn Park. The factory was owned by the Weber Wago...

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Timothy Fischer

Date: 1978-06-07 

Description: Timothy Fischer, a little boy, cries on the witness stand in a courtroom.

Date: 1929 

Description: Group portrait of three men seated near beer casks, each holding a small glass. One man wears a funnel as a hat. The photograph is inscribed with the toast...

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy posed standing on the left with his left arm on a prop stone wall. He is wearing a winter...

Date: 1943 

Description: Men stand at the counter of a physical and chemical laboratory. The original caption reads, "A complete modern physical and chemical laboratory, a portion...

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