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Description: Betty Gene Gardner, Ridgeway, who was chosen Queen of America's Dairyland at the 1946 Wisconsin State Fair, is shown boarding a train for the Dairy Industr...
Description: Madison streets, additional Lansing Street addresses, are being paved. Shown are 149 Lansing Street, 141 Lansing Street, 137 Lansing Street, 133 Lansing St...
Date: 1947 after
Description: Stemp Typewriter Company, located at 528 State Street, featuring the entire front view of the building, including sign "Stemps Adding Machines, expert repa...
Description: Scrapbook page of trip highlights from a bike hosteling trip to Pine Bluff (Dane County), Sauk City (Sauk County), and Okee (Columbia County), sponsored by...
Description: Exterior of Albert Kaepernick Jr.'s McCormick-Deering farm equipment dealership. A poster in the front window reads: "Throw your scrap into the fight!".
Date: 1948-08 ca.
Description: Fair employees use a crane to position a version of the Forward statue that was the symbol of the 1948 Wisconsin Centennial Exposition and State Fair.
Description: Train full of Polish refugees. Photograph taken by Louis Koplin during the time he worked for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; near the Ge...
Date: 1941-07-31 ca.
Description: Earl C. Smith, president of the Illinois Agricultural Association, speaks into a microphone at an event to honor Mr. Clarence Dauberman for creating the fi...
Description: Advertising proof for "rugged" International trucks, featuring a color illustration of men log driving timber down a river with an International truck bear...
Description: Tenement-type house at 15 South Bedford Street, located at the rear of the city garage, where a fire killed Florence Dinger and three of her children.
Description: A patrol from the 14th Infantry canoeing in the rain in Panama. Three men in fatigues holding sub-machine guns sit in a canoe.
Description: Winning team in the March of Dimes wheelchair race, sponsored by the Madison Junior Chamber of Commerce: Clarence Beebe, kneeling, and in the back row, lef...
Description: Mechanics repairing truck engines in the service department of an International Harvester dealership.
Description: The "Harold F. McCormick," International Harvester's corporate airplane.
Description: Exterior view from across an intersection of the John Doris house, 603-605 West Main Street at South Bedford Street. The home was once a hotel, now home to...
Description: Portrait of three unidentified men who are softball pitchers.
Description: The 600 block of Williamson Street ("Machinery Row") with the old Fauerbach Brewery in the background.
Description: Red Dot Foods Inc., delivery truck outside a Red Dot Foods truck garage, 1441 East Washington Avenue. Background includes portions of Ohio Chemical Compan...
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Stone steps on an uphill path in a wooded area.
Description: Views of two different bike hosteling trips to Pine Bluff (Dane County) and Lake Mills (Jefferson County), sponsored by Neighborhood House, with girls rest...
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