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Construction Work

Date: 1926-06-15 

Description: A man uses a McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractor and a Monarch loader to do construction work, possibly irrigation, in a field. Pieces of pipe lie on the groun...

Date: 1961-03-21 

Description: This year's Madison Vocational and Adult School's evening flower arranging classes are full with 80 students enrolled, including two men. For the class sh...

Photograph

Mountain Home

Date:  date unknown

Description: Portrait of a man, a woman and seven children standing in front of a log cabin. The caption reads: "A Typical Mountain Home in Kentucky." Published by Wre...

Date: 1924 

Description: Chinese advertising poster for International engines. Features a color illustration of a stationary engine and two illustrations of engines powering machin...

Date: 1915-02-15 

Description: Townspeople and a Ford automobile in front of a one-room schoolhouse in rural Alabama. The original caption reads: "This school house at Alpine, Ala., is a...

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Log Cabin

Date:  date unknown

Description: View of leaning log cabin with surrounding trees and a man and woman sitting on the front step. Published by the Albertype Company, Brooklyn New York.

Photograph

View, Griffin Alley

Date: 1966 ca.

Description: "Overall view of the alley looking toward E. Franklin Street.

Griffin Alley houses 12 families in 6 buildings. All residents share 2 hydrants and 4 toile...

Print

Black Point

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: View up brick path towards the exterior of the Conrad Seipp summer home at Black Point on Geneva Lake. A horse-drawn wagon is parked in front; a dog stands...

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Highway 61

Date: 1929 

Description: View across road of a gas station and restaurant on Highway 61. There is a man in a pickup truck, and another man has his foot propped on the truck's step....

Date: 1926-05-21 

Description: A man uses a McCormick-Deering 10-20(?) tractor to haul two wagons loaded with burlap bags of farm produce, possibly oranges. The tractor drives along a di...

Date: 1902 ca.

Description: Members of the German-American Freie Gemeinde ("Free Thinkers") organization, posed in front of their building at Sauk City.

Photograph

Depot and Train

Date:  date unknown

Description: View towards railroad depot with trains on railroad tracks on the left and right. In the foreground is a pile of gravel. There is a group of people on and...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Five men and a woman holding a baby standing in front of a large, two-story wooden building, possibly a farm implement or feed store. Another man is posed...

Date: 1913 

Description: One of the large burial mounds of the Outlet mound group on the former Hoyt property at the foot of Lake Monona.

Date:  

Description: View along shoreline with Lake Monona on the left. A fence runs along the slope, and beyond is a small white building and behind, at the top of the hill, F...

Date: 1920 ca.

Description: A Meadows stone burr grain mill powered by an International Harvester engine grinding wheat into flour at what appears to be an outdoor fair or exhibition....

Date: 1966 ca.

Description: "This path from the alleyway to the outhouse is flooded when it rains — note the 'bridge' from the bottom porch step to the opposite bank."

Griffin Alley...

Photograph

Soldiers Smoking

Date: 1962-06 

Description: Two soldiers under the command of U.S. Army advisor Major M.C. Curley in the delta region of Vietnam sitting on sandbags smoking cigarettes. The soldiers...

Photograph

Chimney Rock #12

Date:  date unknown

Description: Ruth Bennett and Miriam Bennett holding hands while facing Chimney Rock. High Rock is in the distance.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Photographic postcard of the view to the west from the top of Blue Mounds, in Blue Mounds State Park. Handwritten is "Platteville Mounds, 45 miles" with an...

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