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Description: An International D-2 pickup truck used by Hayek Pharmacy parked on a residential street. A man carrying a package is on the front walk of one of the houses...
Description: Underwater view of the "Apomattox's" floor keelsons near the bow.
Date: date unknown
Description: Exterior view across the street towards the post office at 1620 East Capitol Drive.
Description: Man wearing portable fan around his neck to stay cool.
Description: Men sew as a joke at a party for prospective bridegroom. Jack Bayliss, with bow tie, is facing the camera.
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: Front exterior view of the Kilbournton House in Estabrook Park.
Description: Members of the foils teams of Catholic Memorial High School give a fencing demonstration to a class of elementary school students.
Description: McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractor pulling a street cleaning tank attachment marked "Street Department, Village of Shorewood." Water is spraying from the side...
Description: McCormick-Deering 10-20 industrial tractor parked along a curb in a residential neighborhood. The tractor is attached to a trailer with a tank that bears t...
Description: Underwater view of a propeller located off of the "Appomattox" wreck site, near Shorewood, in Lake Michigan. The diver is Kimm Stabelfeldt.
Description: The Hubbarb Park Pedestrian Tunnel at 3565 North Morris Boulevard.
Description: View across street towards snow-covered Estabrook Park, including a side-gabled building.
Description: View across street towards the brick building that housed Hayek Pharmacy at 4001 North Downer Avenue.
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