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Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of an elderly Native American woman posed standing and wearing native dress, possibly the second Mrs. Luke Snowball.
Description: An International U.S. D-15 mail truck used by American Airlines is parked with its rear doors open on a runway in front of an airplane. Two men are working...
Description: Elevated view of crowd of people gathering for a downtown parade. A marching band is on the right behind a man on horseback, and in the background are hors...
Description: The Disabatos, with their friend, Tim Hanni, are all employed at Metalcraft in Mayville.
Description: Elizabeth Hull and Elizabeth Nisbet on Madeline Island.
Description: A group of men wash their hands in water bowls set on a wooden bench outside a farmhouse. A man stands nearby while drying hands on a towel and a woman loo...
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dobbs. One was Helene Stratman-Thomas's cousin and well-acquainted with the Yuba musicians.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two well-dressed young women pose in front of a piano. One holds a fan in her lap, the other holds a piece of sheet music titled "When We Were Two Little B...
Description: David Cline, a Vietnam War veteran and a national leader in Vietnam Veterans Against the War and Veterans for Peace, talking to a woman at a Memorial Day c...
Description: Minnie Oakley and Florence Baker Hayes (reaching for a book), two Historical Society librarians, during the period when the Society was housed in the South...
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man and woman posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. The man on the left is wearing a suit coat, beaded shirt, pin wit...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Mary E. Smith, wife of Dr. Joseph Smith, arranges flowers for the holidays.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A man, possibly Benton C. Black, delivering films to Campo Fiesta at Trout Lake. The delivery is being made in a Seabee seaplane by the Amphibious Motion P...
Description: Woman working in kitchen straining jelly bags over pot in preparation for canning. The photograph was taken at an "IHC Farm," probably in Hinsdale, Illinoi...
Description: A crowd of people with signs march to the Democratic Party mid-term convention during the first national ACORN convention.
Description: Group portrait of African-American choir on steps in front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 548 West Johnson Street.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album displaying several photographs. Includes one of the cabins (exterior view), Miss Rusty (one of the Joy Camps counselor...
Description: A woman wearing a dress and apron stands outside of a house. A large building is visible in the background.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Ada, the photographer's wife, and son, Cary, seated in front of an unidentified woman and a young girl. The woman and girl are both looking at 'Dick,' the...
Description: A man and three women pick cherries. Each has a small bucket tied around their waist.
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