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Description: Exterior of Jung's General Store/Gas Station/Barber Shop.
Description: The thirteen-member behind-the-scenes crew who make the Madison Soap Box Derby possible gathered on the steps of Law Park prior to making final arrangement...
Description: View of Ice-boats on Lake Monona for the Northwestern Ice Yachting Association ice regatta with downtown Madison buildings in the background.
Description: Motel that was formerly a clandestine safe-house for the 26th of July Movement during the Cuban Revolution. Parking lot with a blue car in front of a pink,...
Description: The Wisconsin Central Railroad marker on the wall of the Hotel Menasha. The men at the dedication are (left to right) Edgar F. Zelle, President Wisconsin C...
Date: 1951 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the Martin Luther Children's Home.
Description: Rollohome mobile home as received from the factory and parked at Reynolds Transfer and Storage Co. on E. Main Street prior to being moved to the State Hist...
Description: Paul Spencer, a member of United Packinghouse Workers Local 270 in Memphis, reminds citizens of his locals' strike against Wilson & Co.
Description: Exterior of Jung's General Store/Gas Station/Barber Shop. The station's sign advertises Sinclair brand gas.
Description: Front view of the Mack house, 110 East Johnson Street. Built by A.C. Isaac around 1870, it was later the residence of Professor John G.D. Mack and family,...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Exterior view of North High School.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: This map of Racine's business section is oriented with the north to the right and shows businesses and lot owners. Businesses, streets, and the Root River...
Description: View of the Tank cottage. The cottage was built in 1776 by Joseph Roi, a fur trader, who lived in it until 1805 when it was purchased by Jacques Porlier. L...
Description: A view from Rib Mountain looking southeast toward Rothschild and the Wisconsin River.
Description: This road map shows federal, state and county roads in Wisconsin, northern Illinois, northeastern Iowa, eastern Minnesota, and the western portion of Michi...
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: A little girl rides a tricycle in front of the Spot Lunch diner, a former streetcar. The Spot Lunch was located at 640 Williamson Street and owned by John...
Description: Two employees of the Hess Cooperage, working at machines that are milling oak lumber into staves for barrels.
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, now chair of the Senate Investigating Committee, arrives at a New York City hotel to begin hearings on alleged Communist espion...
Description: Elevated view of a man standing among rows of balers stored in a lot outside International Harvester's Memphis Works factory.
Description: This map of Racine Harbor has relief shown by contours and depths shown by gradient tints and soundings in feet. The map also shows Racine Reef, Wind Point...
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