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Date: 1947-01 

Description: Woman with an International Harvester freezer on the cover of Harvester World magazine.

Magazine or Periodical

Escort Into Minneapolis

Date: 1892-07-23 

Description: Frank Lenz entering Minneapolis escorted by members of the St. Paul Cycle Club, the Minneapolis Business Men's Bicycle Association, and the Minnesota Divis...

Magazine or Periodical

"Environmental Action" Cover Design

Date: 1970-03-03 

Description: The cover design of the magazine "Environmental Action: April 22" featuring a line drawing of multititudes of people clinging to and falling off of the Ear...

Magazine or Periodical

Time Magazine Cover


Description: Copy of Time Magazine cover with Daniel Hoan. Used for political campaign purposes.

Magazine or Periodical

Pneumatic Masthead

Date: 1896 

Description: Masthead of the bicycling journal Pneumatic.

Date: 1948-02 

Description: Cover of "International Harvester World" magazine, with an image of three women in the home economics model kitchen at International Harvester's Evansville...

Magazine or Periodical

We The People: Hortonville Strike

Date: 1974 

Description: Front page of the labor newspaper We The People. The issue is dedicated to the teachers strike in Hortonville and features a drawing of people march...

Date: 1950-08 

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright posing on the cover of "Harvester World" magazine. Wright is sitting at a desk at Taliesin.

Magazine or Periodical

Going Straight Through the Mountain

Date: 1892-08 

Description: Engraving, probably after a photograph, showing Frank Lenz posing with his safety bicycle near the stone arch entrance of a canal tunnel cut through a moun...

Magazine or Periodical

An Awkward Fix

Date: 1892-07 

Description: Engraved illustration depicting Frank Lenz sitting on the edge of a railroad bridge holding his safety bicycle in front of him and his box camera on his ba...

Date: 1942 

Description: Magazine advertisement celebrating the centennial of J. I. Case Co. of Racine, Wisconsin. Features a photograph of man baling hay using contemporary tracto...

Magazine or Periodical

Frank G. Lenz

Date: 1892 

Description: Portrait of Frank Lenz on his safety bicycle which he rode on a round-the-world tour. He is posed on a country road lined with fences and telegraph or tele...

Magazine or Periodical

A Stretch Between the Tracks

Date: 1892-06 before

Description: Frank G. Lenz posed with his bicycle between railroad tracks in the northeastern United States.

Magazine or Periodical

Detail of 'Comely Features' Article

Date: 1894-12 

Description: An illustration from the article "Comely Features" in Godey's Ladies Book, showing elimination of forehead wrinkles.

Magazine or Periodical

"Wisconsin Engineer" Magazine Cover

Date: 1969-10 

Description: Cover design on the magazine "Wisconsin Engineer". The image illustrates the story "The Population Explosion" by depicting a mass of starving people trying...

Magazine or Periodical

Kentzler Article and Photograph


Description: A brief article about Claire and Jim Kentzler, the couple who owned and managed the Green Ram Theater.

Date: 1883 

Description: Christmas issue of "St. Nicholas" magazine, the most studied children's periodical of the 19th century, which was published by Mary Mapes Dodge. This cove...

Magazine or Periodical

A Sorely Neglected Stretch

Date: 1892-05 

Description: Frank Lenz posed with his bicycle on a badly neglected stretch of road. A split-rail fence encloses a field behind Lenz.

Magazine or Periodical

The Gaylord Nelson Newsletter

Date: 1969-11 

Description: The front page of The Gaylord Nelson Newsletter published in November of 1969. The featured story is "Environmental Teach-In Planned".

Date: 1925-07 

Description: Front page of "La Follette's Magazine" Memorial Edition remembering the life and work of Robert M. La Follette, Sr. This magazine later became the Progres...

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