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Description: Old skin is yet alive to whispered lashings,the quick-step dried and gone to the bone.Embrace the wall and face away from troublein the winter...
Description: If everything stopped dead — watches, tickers, hands — on every island something new would bloomand another age begin
Description: Overhead view of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: Sunday was the day when, to a stranger,almost nothing happened. But to usit was the best day of all
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two photographs. One shows Sue Ann and two cabin mates, along with counselor Miss Rusty, in sleeping bags in...
Description: Let us be wrong in all our judgmentsAt that fine point We cannot quite believethe steps between the superstitionsThe feathers, the little e...
Description: A working lifetime minted these good coins – every daydevoted to circulating them through the same routine streetswore them thin into retirement
Description: The frayed edge of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: As though the tree inclined lacked discipline, pruned of its working part
Description: That cottage all with melting roses —It was such fun to think ahead of it,to condition all that air with smokesudsand pick the mud out of o...
Description: The fife and drum are not so innocentthe vulture's eye is on the dance
Description: A word without momentum that settled on a note of calmcaught windand spun its venom into froth, to coola Sunday afternoon in June
Description: View of the inside of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin. The maker's label reads: "Orel Cook, Rutland, Vt."
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Seven yarn samples from St. Paul Knitting Works, dated between April 7, 1888 and February 21, 1889, affixed to a page in an Appleton Woolen Mills sample bo...
Description: The fast movement was a nervous reach for something west.But along the way there was no hurry. Wait for noontime, turned round to a movement eastward,<...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two group portraits. Includes a group portrait of the campers in Sue Ann Hackett's cabin in the summer of 19...
Description: A seance robe worn by Louise Parke during her work as a Spiritualist in Wisconsin.
Description: Dearest Daughter,The year is flown.We can't compete and we stand alone
Description: Face up to the oncoming interest duewhen it's blushing right there as a shadowand the fact is a whistle away
Description: A handheld fan made of wood and cloth. This fan depicts the event it was made to commemorate — the 1878 Exposition Universelle held in Paris, France. The f...
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