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Date:  date unknown

Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Major General Arthur MacArthur in profile, wearing a military uniform and holding a sword, and a hat.

Date: 1968 

Description: David R. Obey, then a Wisconsin assemblyman, testifying in the Capitol in behalf of the reorganization of state government proposed by the Kellett Commissi...

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W.A. Austin

Date:  date unknown

Description: Quarter-length portrait of W.A. Austin, Milwaukee attorney.

Photograph

Meeting the Pope

Date: 1982 

Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (in profile) meeting with Pope John Paul II. Obey was heading a congressional delegation that had visited Poland. Obey...

Photograph

First Campaign

Date: 1962 

Description: Running for his first term in the Wisconsin Assembly, Wausau Democrat Obey met with Governor Gaylord Nelson to take a publicity photograph.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man in modern dress posed standing in front of a painted backdrop. Probably Willie Goodvillage who was reportedly blind. He i...

Photograph

Goodbye to Local 50

Date: 1962 

Description: Members of the United Packinghouse Workers of America Local 50 at a ceremony marking the closure of the Swift & Company plant in Milwaukee. The local was o...

Photograph

Charles G. Rodolph

Date: 1856 

Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Charles G. Rodolph. He was born in Switzerland on November 15, 1818, and came to the Wisconsin Territory in May of 1834. He...

Date: 1957-03-28 

Description: Group portrait of guests at an annual banquet for Wisconsin gymnasts sponsored by the Madison Turners. Front row, left to right: Bob Bowen, co-captain of t...

Photograph

George W. Driggs

Date:  date unknown

Description: Waist-up studio portrait of George W. Driggs. Driggs served with the 8th Wisconsin and wrote the history of the regiment entitled "Opening the Mississippi....

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Obama and Obey

Date:  date unknown

Description: Congressman David R. Obey and President Barack Obama in the Oval Office in the White House. The photograph is autographed for Obey: "Congratulations for 40...

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man, Will (Willy) Goodvillage (MaHayEKeReNaKAh), posed standing in front of a painted backdrop near a chair. He is holding an...

Date: 1966 

Description: Two men kneel before clay models of a "Multipurpose Safety Utility Vehicle" set on a table during the first styling seminar at the Fort Wayne motor truck e...

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William Spaulding

Date: 1856 

Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of William Spaulding. He was born in Bradford County, Pennsylvania on August 30, 1807. Spaulding came to Wisconsin in Novemb...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Waist-up portrait of Albert Gallatin Ellis of Stevens Point, Wisconsin. He was the first editor of "The Green Bay Intelligencer," the first Wisconsin newsp...

Photograph

John T. Anderson

Date:  

Description: Head and shoulders oval studio portrait of John T. Anderson, a corporal in Company A, 15th Wisconsin infantry. The following information was obtained from...

Date: 2004 

Description: Wally and Bonita Zastrow, who moved here in 2000, have a workshop in the loft of their barn. Elmer and Meta Zastrow were previous owners, and cows were las...

Photograph

Henry M. Barnes

Date: 1856 

Description: Quarter-length oval portrait of Henry M. Barnes. He was born in Bedford, New Hampshire, in 1818, and came to Wisconsin Territory in 1834.

Date: 1924-01 

Description: Gerald J. Boileau, assistant district attorney, and George Lippert, district attorney, and three other men, exhibiting slot machines seized during a raid i...

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David and Joan Obey

Date:  date unknown

Description: Assemblyman David Obey and his wife Joan in his office in the Wisconsin Capitol. Joan Obey was an important factor in Obey's political success and when his...

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