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Description: The newly married Floyd and Alice Quinney pose for a portrait.
Description: Tintype (ferrotype) of a man seated in an early automobile.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Dunlap Square in Marinette.
Description: Tintype (ferrotype) of two men and a woman in a buggy.
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: The fisheries in Marinette.
Date: date unknown
Description: A group of men sit on the porch of the recreation hall. Lindale was a company town of Pepperell Manufacturing Company. View of the large recreation hall fa...
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying four photographs of younger campers. In one photograph campers are standing on a dock near two boats. In two pho...
Description: A man loads a sack onto a Ford farm truck. The name on the truck door is F. Wenger, Verona, Wis.
Date: 1902 after
Description: Hand-colored Mississippi River view with steamboat and rowboat in the river.
Description: A view of the fire department and engine. The station is wooden, with a look-out tower. It is small, and surrounded by other wooden structures, mostly ho...
Description: Beryl Markham, a former Kenyan bush pilot, waves to the crowd as she arrives at Floyd Bennett Field in New York. She had just completed the first solo east...
Description: Hall Avenue, looking west, in Marinette.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The front and back of a postcard featuring a drawing of the Detroit skyline as seen from Windsor, Ontario that was sent by Alice and Floyd Quinney during t...
Description: Looking out of the entrance to Witches' Gulch showing wooden walkway.
Description: AAA dual-control training car parked at East High School, 2222 East Washington Avenue. Several students are in the car, a Pontiac, with a man standing next...
Description: An Ojibwa woman caulks the seams of a canoe with pitch.
Description: "The Lomira Legion building is framed in the arch of the Highway 67 overhead."
Description: Group of eight men sitting on shore around a fire with river and boat in background.
Description: Large crowd congregating with horse-drawn buggies outside of W.H. Robinson, an Indian trading store. Text reads "W.H. Robinson Indian Trading Store, Standi...
Description: Tintype (ferrotype) of a covered wagon on the plains.
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