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Description: John McFerren, a leader of the civil rights movement in Somerville, working on the construction of a new building for the organization.
Description: Saint Paul's Lutheran Church was the setting for the wedding of Helen Metz and Fred Bandlow.
Date: 1962-07-01 ca.
Description: Conrad Breunig sits smoking on his back porch and smokes a pipe. A retired farmer, Mr. Breunig now builds models and small wagons in his shop.
Description: Interior of the Rohde's Steak House special football luncheon menu, with spot illustrations of football players in action, and featured items on the menu (...
Description: Civil rights leader Ed Nixon, and his wife, seated on the front porch of their home.
Description: A corn crib that doubles as a wagon shelter on Mr. Breunig's farm.
Description: Rev. Claude Williams and his wife Joyce, probably photographed at their house in Birmingham, Alabama. Williams, a Presbyterian minister, was expelled from...
Description: Fred and Helen Bandlow.
Description: View of a barn and woodshed on Mr. Conrad Breunig's farm.
Description: Wooded hillside and distant farm.
Description: Advertising proof for International trucks, featuring color illustrations of a medium-duty stake truck and a Metro-Mite. Includes the text "No matter what...
Description: Editorial cartoon of dolphins in the water watching a mushroom cloud explode on the horizon. The drawing is titled, "Blessed Are The Meek: For They Shall I...
Date: 1963-10-05 ca.
Description: View down into a large gravel pit. A small, wooden cross is in the foreground.
Description: Merriman Smith, who covered the presidents from Roosevelt to Nixon for United Press International, in a characteristic reporter's pose in front pf a typewr...
Date: 1962-04 ca.
Description: Ezekiel Bell, his wife, and son Frederick posed outside his house. Bell was the chair of the Community Service Committee which was credited with the succe...
Description: Alfred Plaenert (seated), director of the 1960 census in the Wisconsin Second Congressional district, and Al Cremer, Minneapolis, one of 17 regional direct...
Description: On State Hightway 73 & 21, a two-story federal style building stands next to a Tastee-freeze that is for sale.
Description: BOF drive that was later purchased by Chicago Bridge and Iron Company and used by Crucible Steel of Midland, Pennsylvania.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A group of men watch a bocce game on a court on East Houston Street. The line of men standing on the lip of the court cast elongated silhouettes onto the...
Description: Man delivers serviced bowling balls from an International Scout truck. The truck was owned by Day's Bowl-A-Dome.
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