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Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey, Speaker of the House Tom Foley, and Vice President Al Gore on board Air Force Two.
Date: date unknown
Description: Scott Lilly, a senior policy adviser to Congressman David R. Obey, who formed the Capitol Offenses, a blue grass band with which Obey also played.
Description: Interior view of the Penn Light and Power Company and what appear to be enormous generators or turbines.
Description: A man stands in front of a 4 can milk cooler with two milk jars in his hands at the Brauer Bakery. Loaves of bread are on a table with a scale, a cake, an...
Description: International PD-80 Marine power unit developed by the company's Nashville branch.
Description: A woman wearing a red dress, brown shoes, and a beehive or bouffant hairstyle is sitting on a rolling chair with an adjustable back at a desk. She is comp...
Description: View looking north down Ohio Street. On the left corner, Sedalia Trust Company (built in 1890) features a corner entrance with stone columns. Published b...
Description: Display of Corona typewriters in the window of Student Book Exchange, 712 State Street.
Description: Newton Minow stands before many microphones making a public speech.
Description: Fred Schmidt installed a gas pump outside his family's blacksmith business in 1911. At 28407 North Lake Drive, the station's location was prime for automob...
Description: A patrol officer from the 14th Infantry, based in Fort Davis, Panama, follows his compass through the jungle. The patrol officer has a small cigarette in o...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: A couple with three children in yard. The woman poses with a sewing machine, the man with a table saw and lathe. The two-story frame house has a glass pane...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Group of seven women posing together on a sidewalk near a building, probably a railroad station. Two women squat on the ground, while the remaining five st...
Description: View across street of a group of employees, all men, posing outside their cafe. The cafe advertises Kennedy Dairy Company brand ice cream, Coca-Cola produc...
Description: Magda Herzberger gives a lecture on the Holocaust to a classroom of Monroe High School students.
Description: A group of Western Electric workers picket the Wisconsin Telephone Exchange at 122 West Main Street off the Capitol Square in Madison. The Park Hotel sign...
Description: Charlie Spencer (b.1873?), a Kentuckian who migrated to Crandon, recorded white spirituals for song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas. A young girl is sitti...
Description: A man stands by a 6 can milk cooler holding a metal basket of milk jars at the Roland Schrap Dairy Farm. To the right of a door is a cream separator. A w...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Visitors examining an International V-549 Motor Truck engine on display in International Harvester's exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Description: View down a busy commercial downtown street featuring automobiles, cable cars, pedestrians, a restaurant, and the Hippodrome Theater which opened in 1914.
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