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Biographical Book Excerpt

Johnson, Willard C.

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Day, Cecil E.

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Day, Genevieve (Cline)

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Johnson, John Otto

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Brown, Edward Dexter

Date: 1963-08 

Description: South elevation of the Malcolm Willey showing the terrace, the gardens, the glass doors off the living room, and the bedroom wing in the background. The M...

Biographical Book Excerpt

Johnson, John Waldemar

Date: 1968 

Description: David R. Obey, then a Wisconsin assemblyman, testifying in the Capitol in behalf of the reorganization of state government proposed by the Kellett Commissi...

Biographical Book Excerpt

Brown, Beriah

Date: 1963 ca.

Description: German film poster for the Italian-British film. Illustrated black and white image of a man with a moustache wearing a bow tie. He is surrounded by portion...

Newspaper Article/Clipping

Slaughter, Gertrude Elizabeth (Taylor)

Date: 1870-1963

Biographical Book Excerpt

Johnson, Leslie William

Biographical Book Excerpt

Owen, Walter Cecil

Photograph

Rural Roadside

Date: 1960-07-31 ca.

Description: View of a tree and mailbox, with a farmhouse behind below road level along a rural highway. There is a hill in the background with trees.

Photograph

First Campaign

Date: 1962 

Description: Running for his first term in the Wisconsin Assembly, Wausau Democrat Obey met with Governor Gaylord Nelson to take a publicity photograph.

Biographical Book Excerpt

Jones, Myra E.

Date: 1963 ca.

Description: German film poster for the re-release of the American film. Blurry, silhouette image of a man wearing a cowboy hat with three bullet holes piercing his tor...

Biographical Book Excerpt

Johnson, Richard Edwin

Photograph

Goodbye to Local 50

Date: 1962 

Description: Members of the United Packinghouse Workers of America Local 50 at a ceremony marking the closure of the Swift & Company plant in Milwaukee. The local was o...

Date: 1969 ca.

Description: View from the back of two men watching the construction of the World Trade Center.

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