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Description: Picket line of striking Northwest Airlines ticket agents and office workers who were represented by the Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks.
Description: Judson C. Cutter house, 1030 Jenifer Street, built in 1884. The house was built with influences of American Stick Style architecture with lateral clap boar...
Description: Slightly elevated view of Albert Hammes, smoking a cigarette and tending to his tobacco crops. The flower tops have to be picked before harvesting to keep...
Date: 1970-04-25 ca.
Description: Peter Obranovich (better known at the time as "Pete Bobo"), promoter for the festival, wearing a blue and yellow bucket hat, standing on the side of the st...
Description: Supporters of the "Guardian", a weekly radical newspaper, visiting the birthplace of Mao Tse Tung.
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: New, modern wing on the classically designed Old Chemistry Building on the University of Wisconsin campus. The wing was built after the building sustained...
Date: 1971-01-26 ca.
Description: A poster advertising a protest against the Vietnam war. A collection of political and military leaders gather in a make-shift indoor set. A crowd gathers a...
Description: Executive Residence, 130 East Gilman Street, which housed 17 governors before it was sold to the University of Wisconsin in 1950.
Description: View across field towards a wagon stacked with bales of hay near a barn and a silo at the base of a bluff near Union Center.
Description: Two horses standing in the snow are hitched to a wagon holding a metal trough. Behind the horses smoke is rising up from the sugar house where maple sap is...
Description: Front cover of a brochure advertising International's light-duty line. Features a color illustration of six men examining different parts of an Internatio...
Date: 1973 ca.
Description: Color photograph of two children and a dog standing in the driveway of a residence while an International bus with Carpenter body passes by. The side of th...
Description: Irene "Granny" York, the owner of York Farm, the location of the Sound Storm music festival, leans on an automobile near two unidentified men, possibly fes...
Description: Man operating a Pay Loader to load a Pay Hauler. Other men are working on top of the hill being excavated. D.B. Hill contractors have contract to reconstru...
Description: Jack A. Smith, managing editor of the "Guardian", a weekly radical newspaper. Smith's admiration for Chinese communism is suggested by the decorations on h...
Description: "Sol. Juneau's Homestead at night. In June, 1932, the house was moved to this location from its original site, higher up on the hill." Sign on residence re...
Description: "Theresa Public School Library."
Description: Poster for an exhibition of artworks by Richard Hamilton at the Elvehjem Art Center, in Madison, Wisconsin.
Description: Exterior view of an Italianate-Gothic style house at 2709 Sommers Street, built in 1862 for Simeon Mills.
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