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Photograph

Military Briefing

Date: 1951-11 

Description: Military personnel at an early morning briefing at the First Corps headquarters in Korea. American journalist Cecil Brown is seated next to the officer in...

Date: 1954-02-24 

Description: Luida Sanders (right), a "writer's aide" and a state public health educator, presents first and second prizes to two writers and patients at the Madison V...

Date: 1953-06 

Description: Col. Robert K. Haskell (left) receiving the one millionth shell manufactured by the Malleable Iron Range Co. of Beaver Dam in a ceremony at the manufacturi...

Date: 1997 

Description: Visitors at the dedication of the Korean War Veterans Memorial of Wisconsin.

Date: 1950-10-24 

Description: Corporal Albert Griffin, a soldier from Milwaukee wounded in the Korean War, addresses the crowd gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol on United Nations...

Date: 1950 ca.

Description: Political cartoon of General Douglas MacArthur and Trygve Lie entitled "Please, here's the towel" and captioned "The UN voting machine ratifying the Americ...

Date: 1951-10-09 

Description: Jack Myers and Roger McHugh, co-managers of the Prescription Pharmacy at 26 South Carroll Street, are shown at their store preparing 50 packages of clothes...

Date: 1950-11-04 

Description: Dick Brilliott, left, and John Hudson, co-chairmen of the Madison Youth Clothes-for-Korea drive, eye the piles of clothing lining the halls of the Madison...

Date: 1950-09-06 

Description: A crowd gathers to watch the Madison marine reserve unit march down West Washington Avenue to board a train for duty in Korea.

View these images shot by an early female war correspondent, Dickey Chapelle from Wisconsin.

Date: 1950-10-24 

Description: Corporal Albert Griffin, a soldier from Milwaukee wounded in the Korean War, stands with Governor Rennebohm at the freedom bell during ceremonies at the Wi...

Date: 1951-12-06 

Description: Pvt. Gregory Becker, Beaver Dam (left), leader of the forty-seven "Operation Badger" Air Force recruits, is presented with numerous gifts to present (inclu...

Historical Essay

Chapelle, Dickey, 1919-1965

Female War Correspondent

Read about the Wisconsin born photojournalist who was one of the first female war correspondents. This article contains a link containing her photography.

Date: 1951-12-06 

Description: Pvt. Tom Voigt, Ixonia (at right), one of forty-seven "Operation Badger" Air Force recruits sworn in at Madison, shakes hands with his father, Ray Voigt (r...

Photograph

Turner Family

Date: 1953-09-09 

Description: Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Turner, Richland Center farmers, stand by the steps of a Northwest Orient airliner with their daughter, Mrs. Chester Hall. The Turners...

Date: 1954-01-28 

Description: University of Wisconsin sports alumni and professional baseball players "Red" Wilson and Harvey Kuenn take a tour through the Veterans Hospital, talking an...

Date: 1951-10 

Description: Photograph of a framed painting by Ben Stahl titled "Corporal Red Cloud's Last Stand." It was painted especially for "Esquire" magazine and honored Mitchel...

Supplemental materials for the 4th-grade textbook, 'Wisconsin: Our State Our Story'

Chapter 11 supplemental materials for the 4th grade textbook, 'Wisconsin: Our State, Our Story'

Date: 1950-06-27 

Description: Journalist John Prindle, left, conducts an on-the-street interview of T. B. Peterman, realtor, about his opinions on the Korean War.

Date: 1964-11 

Description: Dickey Chapelle on the Don Phuc command post, in front of a stack of sandbags, on the Vietnam-Cambodia frontier. Chapelle resided at this post for 34 days,...

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