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Date: 1981 ca.
Description: Canoe and boat docked on Schoodic Lake.
Description: Color photograph of the interior of a Transtar Eagle semi tractor. Features a view from behind the front seat, showing the dashboard and front windshield.
Description: Color studio photograph of the passenger side of an International Transtar Eagle semi tractor. The truck features a brown and tan color scheme with extensi...
Description: Father reading "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain to his son.
Description: Stage Plot for the band U2. The famed Irish rock band that formed in 1976 performed on April 14, 1981 at Merlyn’s, 311 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin. U2...
Description: Maynard Entringer of South Milwaukee is awarded the World Championship of the Kraut Eating Contest by the Queen of the Kraut Festival, Sharon Kerkman of Bu...
Description: Color photograph of the interior of an International Transtar Eagle semi tractor. Features a view of the passenger side of the cab, including the passenge...
Description: Backyard from alley, East Franklin Street.
Description: Color studio photograph of an International Transtar Eagle semi tractor showing the passenger side. The truck features a warm grey and brown paint scheme...
Description: Exterior view of a boarded-up Amoco gas station at 6731 W. North Avenue.
Description: View of the Graceland Cemetery. There are houses in the background and trees scattered throughout the plots.
Description: Eileen Wenninger and Mark Lifke ride off after their wedding at Saint Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: Holocaust survivor Salvator Moshe at his residence.
Description: Color photograph of an International 884 4WD tractor with enclosed cab in a studio.
Description: Former Harrison OK Used Car lot, Center Avenue (US Highway 51).
Description: Building, including Beauty School, located on Odana Road.
Description: Color photograph of an International Transtar Eagle semi tractor painted white with brown and orange stripes, 3/4 view (front) of right side.
Description: Oakfield water tower, Waupun Street.
Description: Captain Charles Biele (right) and John A. Lavine (next to Biele), Wisconsin newspaper publisher, before Lavine toured the controversial U.S. Navy facility...
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