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Description: Six circular images, of small groups of people in a variety of activities, on a glass plate negative from the Stirn Concealed Vest Camera.
Description: Walter Dahl with game birds strung around his neck. He is holding a rifle, and a young dog stands next to him.
Description: After Governor Kohler signed legislation legalizing the sale of caps and cap pistols, many youth prepared to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with th...
Description: Six circular images on a glass plate negative from the Stirn Concealed Vest Camera. One of the images is of a black dog standing on its hind legs; another...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Soldiers walk along with a Tracklayer tank with their guns drawn. The caption reads, "This is the Tracklayer Tank which has been successfully demonstrated...
Description: Interior view of the new University of Wisconsin ticket office in Camp Randall Stadium.
Description: Six circular images on a glass plate negative from the Stirn Concealed Vest Camera. The same young man wearing a suit is in two images; three images are of...
Description: Journalist Robert S. Allen, center, in military uniform, poses with the staff of the "Wisconsin State Journal". A graduate of the Wisconsin Journalism Scho...
Description: William Aspinwell, University of Wisconsin business manager of athletics, standing at the ticket window of the old ticket office at 711 Langdon Street.
Description: At right is Don Harless, Dane County traffic officer, presenting carry-all bags to winners of the sportsmanship award to Albert Martin, son of Mrs. Annabel...
Description: A busy scene at the Professional Pharmacy. James Robinson, proprietor, stands in front of the prescriptions counter.
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of the business district and skyline. The Wrigley Building and clock tower stands in the foreground; it was built in 1920 by William Wrigley...
Description: Elevated view over the volleyball court of the grounds at the Meadow Brook Hotel. A footbridge is across a stream on the right. A group of people are stand...
Description: The drummer for Luther Allison being embraced by a woman on stage behind his drum kit. Behind them the bassist is visible, and the crowd in front of the st...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Burlap bags, a cream separator, a stationary engine and posters are used in a window display at a store.
Description: Unidentified minister at pulpit equipped with WIBU microphone. One of four images of different ministers.
Description: Clarence Marty, a student in the television repair course offered at the Madison Vocational and Adult school, demonstrates how to measure the voltage in a...
Description: Betty Bakalaya, operator for Hazan's Telephone Supermarket, takes an order over the phone. Her coworkers are in the background.
Description: McCormick-Deering 1 1/2 h.p. engine powering a Primrose cream separator, a churn, and a washing machine on the farm of A.L. Bishop.
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