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Description: Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins or Henry Thunder and Stella Stacy. Probably at Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indian Village.
Date: 1970-04-23 ca.
Description: Three men positioned on the Sound Storm festival stage scaffolding maintain the electronic sound system equipment during stage construction.
Description: Low angle view of three members of the Baby Huey & the Babysitters horn section, which features a modified trumpet, and a tenor and alto saxophone. They me...
Description: Men and boys fishing at Jordan Lake. One man is standing next to a boat pulled up at the shore and is holding up his catch of the day. There are cattails a...
Description: Unidentifed man with drum who was probably recorded for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas, probably at Winnebago (HoChunk) Indian Village.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across road towards a group of people standing in front of the main office and general store at Murray's Cabins. On the right is a wooden archway with...
Description: View from above of Chicago R&B act Baby Huey mid-performance. The band was made up of a three man horn section, electric guitar, drums, congas, electric ba...
Description: View from hill of Jordan Lake. Two people are fishing in a rowboat below, and the wooded far shoreline is in the distance.
Description: Chicago R&B act Baby Huey mid-performance viewed from stage left. Members of the horn section and percussionists are visible in front of and behind Baby Hu...
Description: Sports fisherman Leroy M. Kreisler, Monona, holding the thirty-eight pound sturgeon he caught in the Wisconsin River near Okee. The fish measured thirty-fi...
Description: View of bow of "Apollo No. 1" steamboat with passengers posing near a dock on the shoreline.
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: A group of young audience members crowd around a campfire in the camping area of the Sound Storm music festival.
Description: A raftsman at work raising an oar (possibly rowing) with another man standing in the background. A second raft is in the distance.
Description: Modern tintype, full length, formal portrait, of Ellsworth H. Brown, Ph.D., The Ruth and Hartley Barker Director, Wisconsin Historical Foundation. Developm...
Date: 1888 ca.
Description: Photographic postcard view from shoreline of the rock formation in the dalles of the Wisconsin River. A man is paddling a canoe in the foreground. Printed...
Description: View across road of the cottages at the White House Hotel, with an information kiosk along the sidewalk between them. A group of people are in front of the...
Description: Chicago R&B singer Baby Huey leaning against a car with his trumpeter, (likely Rick Marcotte) and conga player, (possibly Plato Jones) who is wearing an Am...
Description: A several vacationers and their dog stand outside a two-story cabin at the Dells Farm Resort.
Description: Group of people posed on the observation platform of a train at the Kilbourn station. Water tower on left.
Description: Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indians posed in front of the steamboat Winnebago near Stand Rock Amphitheatre.
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