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Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying a newspaper clipping with photograph and caption; Sue Ann Hackett and friend Virginia Brown are pictured her...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several photographs of Sue Ann Hackett's camp friends in the summer of 1949. Includes a girl wearing a swimm...
Description: Identification papers of Hans E. Skott, an officer with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. His title was "Registered Agricultural...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two photographs. One shows Sue Ann and two cabin mates, along with counselor Miss Rusty, in sleeping bags in...
Description: View of a long-sleeve, brown and white checked dress worn by Cora Cundiff.
Date: date unknown
Description: We tend to forget that at the time of the destruction of the forests, an emergency situation existed. The need for lumber for the building up of the...
Description: A pair of bright pink, leather baby shoes with pale pink ribbons, made in 1851.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several camp photographs. Includes the "Riding Committee meeting" (including the Dalmatian "Lindy"), campers...
Description: Put aside anything so futileAll that fermented timespent and blackened, much obscured,is now restored with cheese and wine
Description: In the afternoon, nothingOvernight, unseenIn the morning, a wooden horse with strangerssending telegrams for more
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying several photographs of Joy Camps activities. Includesa young camper with a hatchet and piece of wood; two ca...
Description: You who were spared I talked with night but lastabout the velvet yearsI remember from the windowThe one that is blown is the one gone wild
Date: 1845 after
Description: These girl's gloves are made of off-white kid leather. They are completely hand-stitched in beige thread, top stitched around the fingers and thumb, with t...
Description: The frayed edge of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: Either way, the sides are bridged,from wine to water, cutting back to wineParadoxical appointments, anticipated hour —No one event can...
Description: Face up to the oncoming interest duewhen it's blushing right there as a shadowand the fact is a whistle away
Description: It's a day for celebration, just to be so cheering glad and everyone to know
Description: Far outThe last report on peace to reach us herewas neither a promise nor easy Faithbut the hardest of all, the waiting for neveran...
Description: A man in motion moves upon good reason.To create disorderhe must stop and settle down.
Description: The Little Bluebirds — has anyone expressed it betterthan Judy Garland singing. . . why, oh why, can't I
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