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Description: A scene during the filming of "Dillinger," a biographical made-for-TV movie, many portions of which were shot in Wisconsin. Here actor Mark Harmon makes a...
Description: View across water of the Senta III, owned by Ernst Schmidt of Black Point Estate, competes in the Class A Regatta at Pewaukee Lake. The skipper is B...
Date: date unknown
Description: Street with retail shops, automobiles. Some of the signs read: "Majestic Hotel, ...tap room, Pabst Blue Ribbon"; "Coffee room"; "Western Union"; "The Bank...
Description: Tina Polley looked through a pair of large clown eyeglasses as she ate an ice cream cone at an Ice Cream and Pie Social at St. Francis Episcopal Church.
Description: Exterior view of the Waukesha Public Library in winter. Reverse of cardboard backing reads: "1904, cost $15,000, Carnegie, C.C. Anderson, Arch." Above the...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin State Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: The John MacDonald Tavern, built about 1852 about 2 miles west of Delafield, also known as the half-way house between Milwaukee and Madison.
Description: Zion Episcopal Church.
Description: A man loads cement into the back of an International Model A-5 truck. The automobile is marked on the driver's side door with the words "Cayll & Barrett Qu...
Description: A majorette girl is waving her baton with one arm, while her other arm is in a sling.
Description: Ink and pencil on paper. Shows plat of Delafield and local streets. Streets running left to right, top to bottom, are "Main Street 66 feet", "Wells Street...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Two views of the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium.
Description: At Cornfalfa Farms two men try automobile exhaust to deal with their woodchuck problem.
Description: The Waukesha Flying Club and their jointly owned Waco 10. The members are (row 1, left to right) Charles Gittner, Joe Rombough, and Roy Winzenreid and (row...
Description: Diagram of an effigy mound in the shape of a cross.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Postcard image of men dressed in winter clothes, under blankets, sitting in an outdoor porch at the Wisconsin State Tuberculosis Sanitorium in Wales. The p...
Description: The house and printing office of James D. Reymerts.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Beggs residence in winter, home of John I. Beggs, on "Begs Isle."
Description: A woman models a men's suit, while holding an umbrella and wearing a top hat.
Description: One of two Franklin stoves used in Hawks Tavern, built by Nelson P. Hawks in 1840.
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