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Description: Stone walls line a tilled field where workers carry shovels and bundles of small trees to plant an orchard.
Description: The Railroad YMCA building at S. 3rd and W. Florida Streets.
Description: Kunzelmann-Esser furniture store at South 9th and West Mitchell Streets.
Description: View down hill of the aftermath of a tornado at a farm. There are two collapsed barns, and an intact silo, outbuildings and farmhouse. A horse is standing...
Description: Group portrait of police officers receiving insurance policies in front of the Madison Police Station, 14-16 South Webster Street, with motorcycles parked...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A view of Congress Street, featuring the Portland Observatory, trees, sidewalks, and railway tracks.
Date: 1864 ca.
Description: Stereoview of the main building, a tenement (loft style) building, at Libby Prison.
Description: A room full of machinery in the "Big Lumber Mill."
Description: View towards podium of Wilbur Cohen presenting Arthur Altmeyer, the first director of the Social Security Board, with a plaque at the anniversary celebrati...
Description: A car is parked along a narrow dirt road with a house, barn and outbuildings in the background. A split rail fence lines the left side of the road. There...
Description: Detail of the Executive Mansion through garden shrubbery. The residence is located at 99 Cambridge Road in Maple Bluff.
Date: 1951-09 ca.
Description: The large, ornamental office building of Thomas Cook and Sons on the waterfront in Hong Kong. The firm was one of the oldest and largest travel companies i...
Description: Postcard depicting the fire of February 26-27, 1904 that destroyed most of the second Wisconsin State Capitol. The smoke and flames have been dramatically...
Description: The Kunzelmann-Esser Furniture Co. building at S. 9th and W. Mitchell Streets.
Description: Exterior view of the Laurel Tavern, 2505 Monroe Street. The storefront window contains a display of two Schlitz Beer bottle pyramids, two large bottles of...
Description: Two cyclists round a turn on Jackson County Fairground racetrack. The grandstand and judges' stand is in the background.
Description: Elevated exterior view of Everett Street Station, also called the New Passenger Station facing Fourth Ward Park (later renamed Zeidler Park).
Date: date unknown
Description: Either an auction or a judged show featuring dairy cattle. Spectators are arranged on three sides of the stage. Poster on the back wall reads "Milk's Might...
Description: View from snowy ditch looking down side of stock train. The engineer is looking out of the locomotive window, and another man stands on the tracks near the...
Description: International and Farmall tractors on display at International Harvester's "100 Years in Chicago" celebration at Soldier Field. The IH logo is in the backg...
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